The Crossing - Chapter III Summary & Analysis

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Chapter III Summary

The boys and the young girl remain in a village of farm workers over the coming days. Boyd and the girl connect, though Boyd had been upset that the girl was along. Boyd tells Billy the girl wants to come with them, but Billy denies the request. Nevertheless, they ride out together the following day. Boyd argues Billy into lending the girl one of their horses so she can go home with the agreement to meet later. The boys continue their travels and then find several more of the horses taken from the farm. There are two young boys with the horses and one of them rides off, apparently for help, when Billy and Boyd insist on taking the horses they claim as their own. Billy and Boyd consider making a run for it, and Billy says they're probably going to...

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