Winter in the Blood - Part 3, Chapter 37 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 37 Summary

Teresa and Lame Bull go into town to retrieve the grandmother's body. The narrator saddles up Old Bird and goes to visit Yellow Calf. On the way, the narrator thinks about the night his brother died, of the sight of his body and the feel of the man pulling him from the sight. The narrator also thinks of Old Bird's role in the event and forgives him for doing only what came naturally to him.

Part 3, Chapter 37 Analysis

The narrator thinks again of the night of his brother's death, of Old Bird's role in the death, and forgives him for what happened that night. This is a big step for the narrator, able to find some forgiveness after all this time. Perhaps this is the beginning of some significant personal growth for the narrator.

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