Blood Meridian, or the Evening Redness in the West - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

They ride into the mountains through a pine forest. At dusk, Glanton's horse shies at a bear. While Glanton is pulling his gun and struggling to stay on the panicking horse, the Dakota beside him is pulled from his horse and dragged away. Glanton shot the bear several times, but it still managed to drag the Dakota into the woods. The other Dakotas search for their lost comrade, but have no luck in finding him. They return to camp, divide up his belongings, and move on with the rest of the gang.

The gang rides for several days through a hot desert, camping one night in the ruins of an old village. The judge spends the night walking the ruins, picking up a few artifacts and sketching them into a book. The judge also spends the next day doing the same thing. Someone...

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