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Unformatted text preview: the baptism Ike's wife attempts to get him to get the plantation back attempts to use sex as a means of negotiation In not breaking, he is saving his son but in not breaking he stops himself from gaining a son Ike's house is not his home because he lost his wife there if Ike has a home, it is the wilderness If Ike has any kin, it are the hunters of Ike's life is tied to the word of the wilderness, is tied to the world of the tame land As such, he has never really left the world of the tame land Ike's vision of eternity parallels his earlier vision of it same thing, except that he's there...
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- Spring '08