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Outer Dark Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 19 through 23 Summary

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Pages 19 through 23 Summary

The vendor, called a tinker, is walking through the woods following a foot path recently made by another person. He's trying to find his way out but is having problems following the paths. He stops to get his bearings and hears a child's cry. He finds the baby left in a bed of moss. The vendor takes the baby and wraps him in some gingham he had in his cart. He takes the baby back to his store. The woman at the store, perhaps his wife, is of course surprised by what the tinker has brought with him. They decide to take the baby to a nurse who lives nearby.

Pages 19 through 23 Analysis

The abandoned child is saved by the tinker who is following the path made by the man who left the child in the woods. It is day and the baby would not...

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