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Reservation Blues Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 7 Summary

The band walks to Big Mom's house carrying instruments. Along the way, Victor is skeptical. Thomas, Victor, and Junior have heard many legends about Big Mom, including how she has taught many of the most famous musical artists how to perform.

The band sees Big Mom standing in front of her house. They are immediately shocked by her immense size. Big Mom advises against Victor continuing to play Robert Johnson's guitar, but Victor adamantly disagrees. Victor is increasingly rude until Big Mom says that Victor should forgive the priest that molested him long ago. Big Mom gives Junior two drumsticks and then she refers to Chess and Checkers by their real names of Eunice and Gladys.

Big Mom plays a giant guitar and the sound knocks Coyote Springs to the ground. When Thomas wants to play Big Mom's guitar, Big Mom explains that he must play his...

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