The Blue Hotel - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Johnnie, the cowboy, and the Easterner remain by the stove and discuss the situation. While the Easterner offers little opinion other than that the Swede is terribly frightened,

Johnnie thinks he is the "doddangedest Swede" he's ever seen. With that the cowboy says that he doesn't think the man is a Swede, but is actually a Dutchman.

The Easterner is more thoughtful and thinks maybe the Swede has read too many dime novels and has put himself into one of them. The cowboy is more concerned that he they might get snowed in and could have to be around him longer.

After a while, Scully and the Swede enter the room, laughing uproariously and asking for a place near the stove. The Easterner and the cowboy give way, but the boy remains sullen and remains where he is, so his father yells for...

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