Blood Meridian, or the Evening Redness in the West - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Tobin is weak and tired from his wound, telling the kid he should go on without him. The kid moves on and Tobin goes with him. The travel slowly due to their wounds and finally the kid decides they must hide. They have come to a watering place where there are a bunch of dead animals from the wagon trains that have passed through. The kid digs them a hiding place beneath a couple of mules that have died side by side. Not long after they climb into their hiding place, the judge comes through. The judge does not seem to realize they are there at first, continuing his walk past their hiding place. However, he turns around and comes back, calling out to them. The judge tells them that he knows they are there, but he will leave them be. The judge...

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