Winter in the Blood - Part 2, Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 29 Summary

The narrator waits, but the woman does not come back. The narrator goes into a bar and cleans up. While there, the narrator hears that something is going on at the hotel across the street. The narrator goes outside to see and is just in time to watch the airplane man being arrested.

Part 2, Chapter 29 Analysis

The narrator sees the airplane man arrested. This arrest appears to have saved the narrator from some sort of scam or proves that the airplane man was being truthful. The narrator never knows which it is; therefore, the reader never does, either. However, it seems the narrator was about to be the victim of something, touching on the theme the plight of the American Indian. However, none of it seems to matter anymore.

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