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Reservation Blues Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

Few people come to Junior's funeral services, but some send flowers. Lester FallsApart gives the remaining members of the band three dogs.

Big Mom sits at home and cries. Robert Johnson convinces her to go down the mountain and comfort the band. As she is leaving, she gives Johnson a wooden harmonica she has carved. She says that he was always meant to be a harmonica player, and he does not need the guitar anymore.

On her way to meet Coyote Springs, Big Mom encounters Father Arnold as he is packing in preparation to leave the reservation. She convinces him to come along to help her comfort the band.

A Spokane newspaper advertises a job opening for a telephone operator.

Big Mom, Father Arnold, and the remaining members of Coyote Springs have a funeral service for Junior at the tribal cemetery. Thomas says that Victor will get...

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