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1. How does McCarthy introduce the tinker in the story?

An unnamed man awakes from a dream in which he was asking God to heal him. What awakes him is the noise from a tinker who is in front of his cabin, deep in the woods.

2. How does McCarthy introduce the tinker in the story?

An unnamed man awakes from a dream in which he was asking God to heal him. The noise from a tinker who is in front of his cabin, deep in the woods awakens him.

3. How does the unnamed man get the tinker to leave the cabin?

The man steps out and waves off the tinker, telling him there is sickness and that the cabin is quarantined. The man's sister, he tells the tinker, is very ill. When the tinker inquires as to the nature of the illness, the man is vague and does not provide an answer. The tinker has tea, coffee--everything from thread to skillets. The man tells the tinker he does not need anything now but may the next time he comes by.

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