Lord of Misrule - Third Race, Chapters 21-23 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 21, as Maggie cooked beans and bread for Tommy she realized she liked her life. She believed he was a true racetracker in his virtues as well as his faults. He had a college education like she did and he thought they were predestined to be together. She realized, however, that her life was getting dangerous. The morning after Spinoza had won the race Deucey had her front teeth knocked out. She said she fell down but Maggie didn’t believe her. She slept in the stall with Little Spinoza that week to make sure nothing would happen to him but on Tuesday she found Grizzly dead in his stall. Someone had poured him a half gallon of sweet feed. Maggie also felt there was something strange about Tommy going off to see about a horse. The day before he...

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