Waterlily - Chapters Four through Six Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Four through Six Summary

In chapter four, back at her own camp circle, Blue Bird is finding it a little harder to readjust than she thought it would be. She was much younger when she left, and now she is returning with a child of her own. Blue Bird has also returned without a husband, through no fault of her own. Her grandmother, on the other hand, is very happy to be home, and is spending her days going from tipi to tipi, visiting with her old friends. Blue Bird is staying in her own tipi and allowing friends and family to call on her as they please.

One day a small boy comes by to play with Waterlily. The boy's name is Little Chief, and before long, Little Chief is coming by almost every day to see Waterlily. Blue Bird...

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