Blood Meridian, or the Evening Redness in the West - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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They continue on the next morning, passing through San Bernadino, where a wild bull charges one of the men and kills the horse. The next day, they come to the old mission at San Jose de Tumacacori. The judge goes off to take a look at the church although Glanton does not want to stop. Glanton follows anyway, concerned when he hears gunfire. There are two men who have been living in the church for several years, left behind by some wagon train. One of the men is mentally impaired. It is the other brother that one of the gang members shot when he startled them inside the church. They leave there and camp in the desert nearby. The next morning, they pass a few deserted haciendas and pick up the tracks of a group of Indians. Some time later, they find their...

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