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It - Part Two, June of 1958: Chapter 5, Bill Denbrough Beats the Devil (I) Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, June of 1958: Chapter 5, Bill Denbrough Beats the Devil (I) Summary

Bill Denbrough is on the Concord as he begins to recall the summer of 1958. Bill thinks about Silver, his bicycle, and how it saved Eddie's life the day they met Ben Hanscom. Bill asks Ben to stay with Eddie while he rides into town to get a refill on Eddie's asthma medication. Bill's bike is much bigger than he is, and difficult to control, until it begins to gain speed. The author speculates that Bill wanted the bike so badly because, in a way, he was courting death that summer as a reaction to his brother's death and his parents' coldness toward him. When Bill arrives at the pharmacy after a harrowing ride through town, he has to write his request town. In...

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