The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Chapter 2 Section 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Section 3 Summary

Jake tells the gunslinger to look up at the mountains. Faint and small in the distance, the gunslinger sees the man in black scaling the mountain above them. Jake wants to know if they will catch him. The gunslinger tells him they will, but on the other side of the mountain and only if they get going again.

Jake and the gunslinger begin their ascent of the mountain, always watching above them as the man in black continues to move up higher and higher. The gunslinger realizes that the boy is a sacrifice and he looks with sorrow at Jake's young and innocent face in the firelight of their campfire as they rest for the night. They both fall asleep curled by the fire.

Chapter 2 Section 3 Analysis

The gunslinger knows that somehow Jake will have to die once they catch up...

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