Leaving Cheyenne - Part I, The Blood's Country: Chapters Nine through Sixteen Summary & Analysis

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Part I, The Blood's Country: Chapters Nine through Sixteen Summary

Chapter Nine

Adam discussed marriage with Gid. If he married Molly, he told him, he'd lose a friend. If he married Mabel, it would be hell. Gid said if he married anyone it would be Molly. Adam said a man ought not to marry unless he wants kids. Gid pointed out that Adam married and survived it. But Gid's mother did not. Adam said that animals turn out better than people because they are bred to the right partner. The whole conversation made Gid think of going to the Panhandle.

Chapter Ten

It was early December before Gid got a chance to ride over to Molly's house and ask her to go to the Christmas dance. But she had already promised Eddie. In fact, she promised him...

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