The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Chapter 1 Section 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 Section 18 Summary

The gunslinger thinks Brown has fallen asleep. Just as he is about to get up to lay out his sleeping bag, Brown asks him if he feels better now that he has told the tale. The gunslinger asks why he should feel bad and Brown tells him because he is human. Brown tells the gunslinger that he is very close to the man in black.

Chapter 1 Section 18 Analysis

The gunslinger asks Brown who he really is. The gunslinger can't seem to fathom that someone this wise is just surviving out in the desert with no other means or goals in life. Brown says he is just who he is. The gunslinger truly likes Brown and so again the reader is struck by the paradox of the gunslinger's personality. He is a cold-blooded killer, but he has great humanity inside him.

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