Soul Catcher - Section 2 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2 Summary

This section begins with the sentence, "It had begun when his name was still Charles Hobuhet..."

From the point of view of Charles, the reader learns the beginning of the assumed name. As a young boy, Charles was climbing in the forest when a bee landed on his hand. The bee caused him to remember animal names he learned in school with white children. Charles began to remember the Native American rituals he learned as well. The stillness of the bee on his hand led Charles to decide he needed to take a new name to preserve his Native American soul and the soul of Charles Hobuhet. He prayed for wisdom and imagined the bee spoke to him. Deciding he was the center of the universe, Charles took the name Katsuk.

Literally translated, the word katsuk means both "human" and "bird." Katsuk began...

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