The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Chapter 1 Section 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 Section 2 Summary

The gunslinger comes down from the last of the foothills. He has a donkey by his side. He passes many small dwellings, mostly inhabited by lepers and madmen. As the gunslinger reaches what he believes to be the last hut, he meets a young man who is tending his crop of corn. The man is the only sane and leprosy-free person the gunslinger has met along his way. His name is Brown and he has a talking pet crow named Zoltan.

The man in black passed by Brown and Zoltan several weeks ago and Brown tells the gunslinger that the man stopped and ate supper with them. Brown asks the gunslinger if the man in black is a Sorcerer and the gunslinger tells him yes. Brown invites the gunslinger to say for supper and fill his water bags from the well...

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