Blood Meridian, or the Evening Redness in the West - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

The next morning, the kid and Toadvine discuss the prison and the possibility of getting out of there, with Toadvine taking a special interest in a guard with brass teeth. Another man becomes friendly with them, a Kentuckian soldier who fought in the war and is back in Mexico looking for a woman he was forced to leave behind. Everyday the prisoners would be led out to the streets, where sympathetic people would give them tobacco and coins. One day, they see a group of men ride past, a vicious group who is well armed and looks as though they can take care of themselves. Among them is Judge Holden. They go to the governor's palace. Toadvine suggests he knows what is going on. The next day, the judge comes out and watches the prisoners. That night, Toadvine tells the kid and the...

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