Winter in the Blood - Part 4, Chapter 39 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 39 Summary

The narrator rides home, mulling over Yellow Calf's revelations and realizing that his father must have brought him to meet Yellow Calf all those years ago because First Raise knew their true relationship to one another.

Part 4, Chapter 39 Analysis

The narrator has realized that his father must have known Yellow Calf's secret and that he brought him there to meet his grandfather. This reinforces the narrator's belief that his father was a good man and again touches on the theme of lack of identity as the narrator is once again given information that makes his own identity more concrete, more easily within reach. This signals the possibility of personal growth in the narrator.

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