The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

The man in black leads the gunslinger to an ancient killing ground. There are bones everywhere of every kind. Joshua trees surround the bowl of the charnel house, a place where the bones of the dead are disposed of. The gunslinger can sense the sea close by. He sees Jake's face in every skull.

The man in black tells the gunslinger to gather wood for a fire and the gunslinger obeys. The man in black magically lights the fire for the gunslinger's amusement and tells him to cook their dinner. He produces a skinned and gutted rabbit from his robes. The gunslinger roasts it on a spit and gives the roasted rabbit to the man in black, taking none for himself. He fears enchanted meat and instead eats the last of the salted meat in his bag.

The man in black removes his...

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