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Lonesome Dove Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Two: Chapters 66-68 Summary

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Part Two: Chapters 66-68 Summary

Five men come so quietly that no one notices them at first, and in the dust that clears, Newt sees Call talking to them. Call points out a steer, telling them to take it. Newt realizes that the leader is just skin and bones, and it turns out later that Call knows the old man from before. Call gives him a steer that he doesn't believe will make it anyway. Lorena sleeps without nightmares now, but is tired all the time. Gus thinks about how events could all be traced back to a wild shot that killed a dentist in Arkansas. Since then, Sean O'Brien, Bill Spettle, Roscoe Brown, Joe Boots, and Janey had all lost their lives, and they were still nowhere near Montana. Lorie, thinking about losing Gus, has begun to cry, and Gus is so sweet about it...

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