No Country for Old Men - Chapters XI and XII Summary & Analysis

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Molly finds Llewelyn's father in San Saba for Bell and Bell drives up to tell him about his son in person. They sit on the porch as Bell tells him everything they know. They talk about the war, both veterans as well, and Bell finally leaves. He is down to his last day on the force and he drives back, contemplating whether or not he accomplished anything in his years on the force. He isn't sure how he feels about it all. Loretta hadn't believed him when he first told her he was quitting. Bell also goes to see the Mexican who was convicted of killing the officer he set on fire in his car. He'd actually gone to tell the man that he didn't think he'd done it, and apologize for being unable to help, but the man laughed at Bell, and...

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