Reservation Blues - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Robert Johnson stays at Big Mom's house. She has told him he is safe, but he still worries. In the past, he tried to leave the guitar behind many times, but it always found him. Johnson hopes this time his guitar will not return. Johnson sings, and Thomas who is far away hears him.

A letter from Council Chairman WalksAlong is printed in the reservation newspaper. He criticizes the band for many things, including having two non-Spokane Indians and also for having two white women in the band.

Thomas walks to church with Chess and Checkers. He is uncomfortable. During the service, he has a dream-like and surreal vision. When he wakes, an old woman says she is glad to see that he has quit the band. She says that the religious people do not like the music the band plays and no one approves of the...

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