You Don't Have to Say You Love Me - Chapters 97-107 Summary & Analysis

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This section opens with Alexie expressing his opinion on the U.S. government, where he states “I tend to believe in government because it was the U.S. government that paid for my brain surgery when I was five months old and provided USDA food so I wouldn’t starve during my poverty-crushed reservation childhood and built the HUD house that kept us warm and gave me scholarship money for the college education that freed me. Of course, the government only gave me all of that good shit because they completely fucked over my great-grandparents and grandparents but, you know, at least some official white folks keep some of their promises” (261).

Later, Alexie recalls a dream he had while undergoing brain surgery in December 2015. I dreamed myself in a wild grass field and saw my dead parents standing on the cliff above me...

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