Touching Spirit Bear - Chapters 20-22 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter Twenty, Cole wonders if he's seen the Spirit Bear. He can't imagine anything else that would be that color and that large. He debates telling Garvey and Edwin but decides not to, fearing they won't believe him and will think he's making up stories. Back at the camp, he says he has come to realize that he keeps blaming others for his situation, and that he's ready to accept responsibility. He says he has learned that he isn't a bad person. Cole says he understands if they want to return to Minneapolis. They agree that he should get back to work on the cabin.

Cole works hard that day and finishes most of the work on the cabin. He cooks a special meal for supper and uses the at.oow as a tablecloth. After the meal, they dance the Spirit Bear...

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