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  • “He knew at some point the sunlight on the wall would collapse into his thoughts like pale gray cobwebs, clinging to all things within him," (Silko, 1977, p. 29).
  • Tayo could not sleep because of his stress.
  • “You men want to sign up?“(Silko, 1977, p. 65).
  • Tayo is given a chance to start his journey, which is joining the military.
  • “Everything made them laugh, until they were laughing at their own noises and laughter. He didn’t have to remember anything, he didn’t have to feel anything but this; and he wished the truck would never stop moving, that they could ride like that forever.” (Silko, 1977, pg. 149)
  • Tayo refusing the call because he is doing activities that the ceremony says not to do that he wants to do.
  • “‘Go ahead’, old Betonie said, ‘you can go. Most of the Navajos feel the same about me. You won’t be the first one to run away.’”(Silko, 1977, pg. 118)
  • Tayo’s mentor tells Tayo about how he can change his life and make things better.
  • “He could feel the ceremony like the rawhide thongs of the medicine pouch, straining to hold back the voices, the dreams, faces in the jungle in the LA depot, the smoky silence of solid white walls.” (Silko, 1977, pg. 143)
  • Tayo has started the ceremony, even if he is starting to give in.
  • “This was the time. But his fingers were numb, and he fumbled with the screwdriver as he tried to rub warmth back into his hands. There would be no one to help Emo.” (Silko, 1977, p. 253)
  • This quote can be considered both a Test and an Enemy, as the protagonist at this time is near close to killing his enemy Emo, but doing so could get him killed at the time due to the issue of two of Emo’s minions nearby. So, the test would be whether or not to attack him at this point in time.
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