Two Old Women: An Alaska Legend of Betrayal, Courage, and Survival - Chapter 7, The Stillness is Broken Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, The Stillness is Broken Summary

Sa' and Ch'idzigyaak have settled down in their shelter for the night. They are comfortable and warm, their bellies full, but they are feeling lonely and missing The People. Then they hear a man's voice calling their names. Sa' says that they must respond but should also be ready for anything, even death. Sa' calls out, "We are here," and Daagoo finds them. He explains to them that the Chief has sent him to see if he could find them but he doesn't know why.

The two women offer food to the four men, and as they watch them eat they notice how tired and hungry they look. Daagoo tells them that the Chief and the others are sorry for what they did to them and they will want the two old women to return...

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