The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Chapter 2 Section 1 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Section 1 Summary

As the gunslinger walks through the barren desert with his water nearly gone and his senses starting to diminish, the rhyme and memories of his mother come to him in frustrating waves. He thinks he may soon be dead. As he continues to walk, the rhyme continues to play over and over in his mind.

Suddenly, the gunslinger sees something close ahead. Beyond it, he can see the mountains far in the distance. He can barely see from the sand that has been abrading his eyes and the relentless sun that beats on his unprotected face. He is becoming delirious. He falls and gets up. The building that was in the distance is now in front of him. He sees that there are two buildings, enclosed by a fallen fence. One building was once a stable and the other was a...

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