The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Chapter 1 Section 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 Section 20 Summary

The gunslinger sleeps at his campfire. He has vivid dreams. He thinks more and more of Cort, the man who taught him how to shoot. He wakes from his sleep and looks at the last of his fire. He is a romantic and guards this knowledge jealously. This is what makes him think of Cort again. He picks up his tote and moves again along the desert.

Chapter 1 Section 20 Analysis

The author sneaks some of the gunslinger's past into this last section of Chapter 1. Cort, the man who taught the gunslinger how to shoot, is on the gunslinger's mind. He does not know where Cort is because the world has moved on, but he is reminded of him when he thinks of his own romanticism.

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