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Talking God - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7 and 8 Summary

Chapter seven opens on Monday with Chee at his office. He is caught up with his work and is scheduled to take a two-week vacation beginning Tuesday to visit his girlfriend Mary Langdon in Wisconsin. Chee's mail includes a letter from his girlfriend. In the letter, Mary says she wants to end their relationship. She does not want their children to grow up on the reservation and cannot face the prospect of living there for her entire life. Chee would never be happy living in Wisconsin, so far away from his own people. He cannot face the fact that his children would not know their own culture. Although Chee knows that Mary is right, he is heartbroken and wonders what to do with his vacation time now.

Just then, attorney Janet Pete calls. Chee's friend Janet Pete has volunteered to defend Henry Highhawk against charges...

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