Blood Meridian, or the Evening Redness in the West - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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For the next two weeks, they ride silently at night. They killed the pack animals and jerked the meat. They moved north, toward Texas, and ran into several storms, thunder and hail. In the morning they saw fire light. Five wagons burned on the desert floor with the dead scattered about. They followed the tracks left by the killers, and Delawares moved ahead to scout out the trail further up. The Delawares came back two days later to report that the Indians were four hours ahead with their women and children. They reached the area before dawn and attacked. They killed everyone in their paths, riding through tents and dragging women and children out of their beds. When a group of warriors appeared on the small incline, Glanton shot the leader. However, when he returned with the head, the judge told him it...

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