Winter in the Blood - Part 3, Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 33 Summary

The narrator walks up to the house, thinking about his brother and a time when they shot a hawk. When he reaches the house, the narrator finds that his mother and Lame Bull are gone and his grandmother's chair is empty. The narrator knows this must mean she is dead. The narrator sits in her chair for a brief second and takes her tobacco pouch. Then the narrator goes into the kitchen and takes a bath before heading out to feed the calf.

Part 3, Chapter 33 Analysis

The narrator returns home thinking about his dead brother and finds his grandmother gone. The narrator knows this must mean she is dead, but he shows little emotion, instead taking a bath and feeding the calf. The change the reader saw briefly in the narrator when he spoke to the girl is gone now, and...

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