Leaving Cheyenne - Part I, The Blood's Country: Chapters Seventeen through Twenty-Four Summary & Analysis

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Part I, The Blood's Country: Chapters Seventeen through Twenty-Four Summary

Chapter Seventeen

Adam was getting worse. Gid heard from Johnny, who had a horrible accident when he fell off his horse and was dragged for a half-mile. He'd been laid up with a broken hip. He wished Gid was there so they could talk and play cards. Gid wrote back that Adam was very sick and that Molly married Eddie. He wished that Johnny was home. They sure could use the help.

Gid was enjoying talks with his father, which was something new for him. Adam told him to get over Molly but Gid was struggling with understanding why she married Eddie. Adam said Molly was a smart girl and would do well no matter what. Adam told Gid not to sulk. In the morning, there was...

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