Soul Catcher - Section 9 Summary & Analysis

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Section 9 Summary

This section begins with the phrase, "Harlow B. Watts, teacher at Pacific Day School, Carmel, California...."

David's teacher describes David as an excellent and sensitive student. He discusses a paper David wrote where he questions Bob Kennedy as a hero because the man made no mistakes. Harlow thinks this is an odd thing for a young boy to notice.

Back in the forest, David counts six pebbles in his pocket. He is embarrassed at what he has done with Tskanay. Two children have replaced her as David's guard and they refuse to speak to him. David cannot imagine Katsuk and Tskanay making love. He thinks how different they must be from Mary and Charlie, their white personas. David sees an airplane fly overhead and grows depressed when it passes.

That night, Katsuk gathers everyone together. He tells them he is powerful and deserves...

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