The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Chapter 1 Section 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 Section 19 Summary

In the morning, Brown feeds the gunslinger and sends him on his way. The gunslinger asks about the mule and Brown tells him that he will eat it. They shake hands. Brown nods toward the south and advises the gunslinger to "walk easy." The gunslinger leaves and looks back once more at the man and his crow. Brown is rooting in his corn bed and the crow is sitting on top of the roof perched like a gargoyle.

Chapter 1 Section 19 Analysis

The gunslinger is satisfied that Brown is not a trap set by the man in black. He was simply a wise man living in the desert. The gunslinger leaves Brown's hut relieved of the burden of Tull and refreshed for his long journey ahead.

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