Winter in the Blood - Part 2, Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 23 Summary

The airplane man tells the narrator he wants to go to Canada because he is wanted by the F.B.I. The airplane man says he will buy the narrator a car he can keep and give him five hundred dollars if he will agree to drive him. The airplane man's hope is that having an Indian driver will draw the Canadian's attention away from him and help him cross the border safely. The narrator agrees.

Part 2, Chapter 23 Analysis

The trouble is exposed, and now the narrator finds himself roped into helping a near-stranger escape the country and the law. The narrator agrees because it will mean a free car, something he could use to gain some independence. However, this chapter also foreshadows more trouble since the airplane man openly admits he is wanted by the F.B.I.

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