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The Ancient Child - Study Guide Book 1, Chapter 17, Remote as the Stars Are His Sentiments Just Now Summary & Analysis

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Grey hears banjo music as she has another vision of Billy the Kid. She holds in her hand a message written on a cigarette paper, folded over and pressed between the index and middle fingers of her right hand. She smiles at J.W. Bell, one of two men who are guarding Billy the Kid, and Bell appreciates her beauty in a white dress without undergarments. Grey tells him that her brother, who owns a newspaper in Philadelphia, wants to hear about her meeting with William Bonney, Billy the Kid. She sees Bob Olinger, the other guard, and has an impression of him involving death and evil, although she cannot intuit that it is his own death that defines him.

Grey meets Billy the Kid, shakes his...

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