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Gods of Howl Mountain - Chapters 7 – 11 Summary & Analysis

Taylor Brown
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Granny is waiting at her home in the morning, worrying why Rory is not yet home. Rory eventually arrives in his car and tells Granny that he was late because he needed to get new tires for the car. Rory later goes to Eli’s home to converse. They think that the Muldoons were likely the ones who organized the attempted robbery. Rory briefly talks about his time in Korea, specifically the constant fear he felt while there. Eli says that the new revenuer from Washington is a man named Kingman who is reputed to be effective and even violent. Eli says that Kingman is reputed to be an ex-military man from a branch of special forces. In Chapter 8, Rory returns home and thinks about the first time he killed in Korea; he killed a young infantryman by using a sharpened shovel. The narrative...

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