Winter in the Blood - Part 2, Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 25 Summary

The narrator remembers a winter morning when First Raise got him and Mose out of bed early to go to the summer pastures and collect the cows to move them to the winter pastures. First Raise fixes them breakfast, gives them the lunch Teresa made the night before, and watches them saddle their horses before they leave. The narrator is twelve in this flashback, and his brother, fourteen. They reach the summer grazing lands and begin to round up the cows, having fun teasing the cows and discussing how they would shoot the coyotes they had seen if they had had their rifles.

Part 2, Chapter 25 Analysis

This chapter begins to reveal more about Mose, his relationship with the narrator, and possibly his death. This is important because a large part of the narrator's identity crisis has to do with the loss...

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