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A Gathering of Old Men Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

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Chapter 12 Summary

Sully begins again at the point of leaving Marshall with Gil. He describes Cajun country, where the people almost all have French names and speak Cajun French. Sully has been here with Gil before. They have hunted, fished and visited Gil's people. Everyone, white and black, loves Gil. Sully notices there are no black people around as they drive through the area. Russell greets Gil and Sully and tells Gil he has to keep Fix there. Gil asks Russell to go inside with them. Inside, they find at least three dozen people, all speaking either Cajun French or English. In the next room, where Gil's father is, there are about a dozen people. Fix is sitting and holding a little boy of about four or five. Gil greets the two women in the room, one of whom is crying, and he greets his father.

Gil and Fix...

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