Winter in the Blood - Part 2, Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 18 Summary

The narrator saddles his horse, Old Bird, and rides him three miles to the home of Yellow Calf, a man his father once visited on a regular basis. The man proves to be blind, a fact the narrator has not recalled. They talk about the past, about First Raise and the narrator's first visit, one he does not recall, and how the animals are unhappy with the turmoil in the world. The narrator leaves, waving to Yellow Calf even though he cannot see him.

Part 2, Chapter 18 Analysis

The narrator introduces two characters in this chapter, Old Bird the horse, and Yellow Calf, an old man his father once brought him to visit. Old Bird is just a cow horse the narrator has owned since he was a child, and his importance does not seem huge at this point. However, the introduction...

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