Blood Meridian, or the Evening Redness in the West - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

The judge, Glanton, and the other members of the gang come back from the Indian camp at dawn. They had come to an agreement to take over the ferry. The women from the wagon train discover the side show man's brother that day and demand to be allowed to give the boy a bath. The man releases the boy from his cage and hands him over to the women who bathe him and dress him. One of the women takes on the care of the boy as though he is a small child, putting him in a suit and tucking him into bed at night. That night, the judge is walking beside the river, and he finds the boy drowning. The judge saves him and takes him back to camp.

Chapter 18 Analysis

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