Lord of Misrule - Fourth Race, Chapters 33-37 Summary & Analysis

Jaimy Gordon
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In Chapter 33, the day of the race was the hottest of the summer. A young, crude boy who commented about the private parts of every woman who passed had been set to watch the Lord of Misrule.

In Chapter 34, Medicine Ed looked for a chance to spread his goofer dust in the Lord of Misrule’s stall. He intended to bet enough on the horse that he’d be able to buy his home and not worry about working any more. Joe Dale had warned Medicine Ed that Hansel had better not mess up the intended results of the race. Medicine Ed tried to tell Joe Dale that the Mahdi wouldn’t last in a race with the Lord of Misery as he called the horse. Joe Dale told Medicine Ed he was responsible for stopping Tommy Hansel from trying to...

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