Leaving Cheyenne - Part II, Ruin Hath Taught Me: Chapters One through Five Summary & Analysis

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Part II, Ruin Hath Taught Me: Chapters One through Five Summary

Chapter One

Johnny caught Molly crying. He told her that he was his son, too. But he'd been gone for a year now and they had to face the fact that he was probably dead. Johnny mentioned that Gid was out trying to buy another ranch for Johnny to take care of. There was always the boy in Johnny unlike Gid who was never a boy. That's why Jimmy was harder to raise than Joe. Molly would never marry again - Eddie was enough. Johnny was a bachelor and she would have never married him. But Gid was a different story.

They went inside and Molly rubbed a big bruise on Johnny's leg with liniment. Once they got in bed she knew it would take...

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