The Crossing - Chapter IV, Pages 364 through 426 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter IV, Pages 364 through 426 Summary

After leaving the cantina, Billy is drunk and stops in the first open barn he finds. He wakes the next morning with a horrible hangover to find children laughing at him. There's a woman there who provides food, saying that the children had said he was sick. He admits that it's a hangover and she says that having a hangover is a sickness as well. The woman reads Billy's palm and asks about his two brothers - one who is dead and one who is alive. Billy says that he has only one brother and that he has a sister who died but the woman is insistent. When Billy tries to question her about what she's seen, she insists that it's "only a game." Billy rides next to the Munoz house where he had stayed with Boyd...

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