The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Chapter 1 Section 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 Section 5 Summary

The gunslinger relays his story to Brown, starting with his entry into the town. He hears a piano playing the tune Hey Jude. He has left a forest and has entered the flat country. It is dry and ugly in and around Tull. There are few people in the streets. None of them seem friendly or interested in speaking with the gunslinger. He brings his mule to a barn and gives the hostile owner a gold piece to care for the mule and put it up for a night or two.

The gunslinger asks a group of sullen boys playing marbles in the street where a nearby restaurant might be. Only one boy answers him. The boy sends the gunslinger to Sheb's honky-tonk. The gunslinger enters the bar and orders three hamburgers from the female barkeep. The occupants of the bar...

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