Lord of Misrule - Fourth Race, Chapters 30-32 Summary & Analysis

Jaimy Gordon
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In Chapter 30, everyone was watching when the Lord of Misrule arrived. Medicine Ed referred to the horse as the Devil while Maggie commented she was feeling scared by the horse. They were surprised when the track’s racing superintendent came out of the office to see the horse.

In Chapter 31, Medicine Ed began napping in the afternoon at the stables. He didn’t walk over to his Winnebago any longer. He was afraid he was going to loose it. Medicine Ed had noticed even since the episode at Joe Dale’s farm the young fool seemed to be going crazy. He was going to put the Mahdi in the race against the Lord of Misrule and believed it was some sort of competition where good would win out against evil. Maggie was going to run Pelter in that race as well...

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