The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Chapter 1 Section 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 Section 11 Summary

The gunslinger and Allie are in bed when Sheb, the piano player and owner of the honky-tonk, kicks open her bedroom door with a knife in his hand. Four days have passed since the gunslinger arrived in Tull. He feels a growing affection for Alice and wonders if this is the trap that the man in black has set for him.

Sheb brings his knife down and the gunslinger grabs his wrists and breaks them. Sheb begins to sob. Allie was his, he tells the gunslinger. Allie puts on a robe and chastises Sheb for his stupidly. Then, she wraps his wrists in splints. The gunslinger feels empathy for the man. Sheb leaves and Allie wants to have sex with the gunslinger. He refuses and goes to sleep.

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