Montana 1948

by

Larry Watson

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The Wind

Montana 1948 frequently references the windiness of Bentrock, Montana. Gail loves the wind, because she feels it has a kind of cleansing effect, though she notes the wind in Montana smells too much of… read analysis of The Wind

Nutty

Nutty is David’s horse, who stays in the stables at Grandpa Hayden’s house. When Grandpa Hayden confronts Wesley about the arrest of Frank, Wesley tells David he can never let Grandpa in the… read analysis of Nutty