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The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 1 Section 10 Summary

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Chapter 1 Section 10 Summary

Kennerly is the man who has been keeping the gunslinger's mule. The man has many daughters, four that the gunslinger can see. Kennerly is both hostile and submissive toward the gunslinger. He shoos his eldest daughter, who is curiously watching the gunslinger, into the house, telling her that he will hit her if she doesn't get inside.

The gunslinger asks Kennerly what is out there, as he points to the south. Kennerly tells him only dwellers, weed and desert. The desert is about three hundred miles long or more. Kennerly does not know for sure. He tells the gunslinger that is the way the other man went when he left, referring to the man in black. The gunslinger asks Kennerly if he knows what is after the desert. He says that his father once told him there were mountains after the desert. Other folks have...

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