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Talking God Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

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Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

In chapter eleven, Chee and Janet Pete take the Metro, the Washington subway, to Henry Hightower's townhouse. Hightower invites Chee to admire the kachina collection in his office while the man confers privately with his attorney, Janet Pete. They discuss a generous plea bargain offered by the prosecutor that would allow Highhawk to avoid any jail time on the charges of desecrating graves. Highhawk refuses, determined to be seen as a militant Indian, despite his white heritage.

In the office, Chee is surprised to find a traditional Yeibichai mask, perfect in every detail. Chee can tell it is a replica only because there are no smears of corn pollen on the mouth where the owner has fed it. The office also contains Hopi and Zuni artifacts. Either Highhawk has stolen them from the Smithsonian, or they are very clever fakes. Chee also finds a set...

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