Winter in the Blood - Part 3, Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 35 Summary

Lame Bull and the narrator dig the grave the next day, disagreeing on how large it should be. Lame Bull thinks because the grandmother was short they should only dig it five feet wide and five feet deep. The narrator talks him into adding another foot to the width to fit the coffin but agrees on the depth. While they work, the narrator becomes aware of the other graves around them, including his father's and Mose's.

Part 3, Chapter 35 Analysis

Foreshadowed here is trouble with the burial of the coffin as Lame Bull has decided not to build the grave as wide nor as deep as it should be. The narrator looks at the graves of his brother and father, indicating to the reader that Mose is in fact dead, and that the narrator will likely reveal this part of the past...

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