Navajo Indian Woman

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According, to the lecture the story is told in third person omniscient, and we get more than Ayah, the old woman is capable of giving. Additionally, the old woman and her husband live in railroad boxcars, and story has little action, as the history of the Navajo Indian is interpreted in this short story by the old woman. Moreover, the old woman recalls the taking away of children from their parents and placing them in BIA schools. In contrast, she commence to reminiscence about her husband Chato, a demoralized laborer with no insurance, and no job security. Nonetheless, he is an alcoholic that spends his money at the bar with a bad memory, and the old woman hates him.
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