The Old Gringo - Study Guide Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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It is dawn. The guerillas will look for pockets of federal soldiers hiding in the hills. They will try to quash them as soon as possible and move on to Zacatecas. The old gringo is disappointed that they are not planning to meet up with Pancho Villa right away. The general assures him that he stays in contact with Villa, but it is up to Villa to direct his movements.

The old gringo goes into the train car where Harriet is sleeping. He gently pulls a serape over her and kisses her on the cheek without waking her. He hopes that she will allow him into her dreams. He believes as long as they can dream, no matter how far apart, they will still be together. He does not want her to enter his dreams, since his are of death.

The old gringo and the general chat...

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