Ride the Wind: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche - Part II, Summer: Chapters 34 - 35 Summary & Analysis

Lucia St. Clair Robson
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Part II, Summer: Chapters 34 - 35 Summary

The white eyes track down Bear Cub, (John Parker) and convince Old Owl to relinquish him. Without their capitulation, Old Owl knows the white eyes will hunt his people until they are successful. Six years with the Comanche changes John Parker permanently. He vows to never forget the Indian ways, and while he waits, he plans to come back to kill Elder James Parker who beats Bear Cub constantly to whip the evil out of him. Living on a farm for John is like slowly dying. Naduah receives word from the grieving Old Owl of her brother's ransom and that he has not returned. Life continues for Naduah, but she feels an overwhelming sense of dissatisfaction. She is not willing to admit it is because she misses Wanderer until the object of her thoughts finally...

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