The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Chapter 1 Section 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 Section 4 Summary

The two men eat a dinner of beans and corn. The men talk about the town of Tull and the gunslinger asks Brown if he has ever been there. Brown has been there but avoids it if he can. The gunslinger tells Brown that he was almost killed in Tull by a man who people said was touched by God. In reality, the gunslinger says, the man in black enchanted the attacker as a trap. The gunslinger waits for Brown to question him about the incident, but he does not. The gunslinger begins to think that the man in black sent him to this hut or that possibly Brown is the man in black in disguise. He decides to tell Brown the story of the town of Tull and what happened there.

Chapter 1 Section 4 Analysis

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