The Natural - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

In the dark of night, Roy Hobbs retrieves the broken halves of Wonderboy, ties them together with shoelaces and buries them in the ground. He walks out to the street and recovers an envelope containing 35 one-thousand-dollar bills. Roy ascends the tower where he had last observed The Judge and Memo watching the game. As he enters a dark office, the men are counting their earnings. Roy punches Gus, pushes Memo to the side, hits The Judge with the envelope of money and beats on the Judge. Memo sobs, and Roy exits the room, descends the steps of the Tower and expresses regret over his entire life. Once on the street and in the light of day, he notices a newspaper headline declaring the end of baseball for Roy Hobbs, on suspicion of having sold out on The Knights. The boy who gave him the newspaper asks Roy...

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