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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 41 Summary

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Chapter 41 Summary

At Coeur d'Alene, they head straight to the hospital. The doctors say that Gram had a stroke. Gramps insists being at her side despite an intern's attempt to dissuade him. "Sonny, I've been by her side for fifty-one years, except for three days when she left me for the egg man. I'm holding on to her hand, see? If you want me to let go, you'll have to chop my hand off." They let him stay with her.

Sal wonders if Gram's snakebite has something to do with her stroke, and whether Gramps feels guilty for stopping at that river. If they didn't go to that river, Gram would never have been bitten by that snake. Then Sal starts thinking about her mother's stillborn baby, and what if Sal hadn't climbed the tree. Would the baby be alive if her mother didn't have to carry her back...

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