Lonesome Dove - Part 2: Chapters 38-41 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapters 38-41 Summary

Joe has a million questions for July as they travel on the trail to Texas, but July is in no mood to be conversing. He rides with Joe from morning until night, barely stopping to relieve himself and let the horses drink now and then. The mosquitoes are the worst of the journey, and though July knows that he is pushing the horses too hard, and that Joe is probably sore, he is unable to slow down.

Sean's death affects the entire company. Even Deets is gloomy, feeling the responsibility weighing heavily on his shoulders. It is about the only thing anyone in camp talks about for days; and while Call would be happier if they'd all just forget about it, Augustus understands that the way to deal with loss is to talk it out until it stops filling...

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