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As I Lay Dying Chapter Summary & Analysis - Darl - Chapter 37 Summary

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Darl - Chapter 37 Summary

Dewey Dell tends to the semiconscious Cash, who lies on the riverbank, asking if his tools are safe. Meanwhile, Jewel, Vernon Tull, Darl, and Vardaman look for Cash's tools in the river. Matters are made worse by the fact that Cash broke his leg when he fell out of the wagon. However, everyone considers it lucky that it is the same leg he broke in his fall off the barn roof.

Darl - Chapter 37 Analysis

After nearly being drowned in the river, Cash's first concern is for his tools. In fact, he never asks about Darl or Jewel, who were also dumped in the river. This further shows that Cash cares about his work, much more than he cares for other people.

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