No Country for Old Men - Chapter VI: Pages 158 - 179 Summary & Analysis

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Chigurh finds a veterinarian listing in a phone book located about thirty minutes away. He drives to a Cooperative and hobbles in, collecting a bag of supplies including Betadine, cotton, tape and gauze, forceps, and scissors. Next, he drives to a pharmacy and creates a distraction by setting the car out front on fire. Inside, he finds syringes, Hydrocodone tablets, tetracycline and sulfa. He adds crutches to the mix and hobbles out the rear door. He drives to a motel outside Hondo and cleans himself and his leg wounds, disinfecting and dressing them. Then he gives the maid ten dollars and tells her not to clean the room. He stays there for five days, recuperating, until on the fifth night when two Valdez County deputies entered the restaurant where he sat having dinner. They look him over carefully, and Chigurh knows it is...

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