No Country for Old Men - Chapter VII Summary & Analysis

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Before going to Odessa, Chigurh goes to see the man who sent Carson Wells to kill him, and fires a full load of double ought buckshot into him, watching him die while he explains that he used buckshot out of consideration for the people walking below the window. This way, there was no falling glass. Meanwhile, Carla Jean does as she promised and leaves Odessa, headed for El Paso with her mother who is anything but pleased about it all. She complains to all around her, telling anyone who will listen that she has cancer.

Chigurh sits outside the Odessa home for a few minutes before breaking in and determining that no one was home. He wanders through the house, helping himself to a soda, and sorting through the old woman's things. Finally, he wedges a chair under her bedroom door handle, stretches out on...

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