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Pale Horse, Pale Rider, Section One, pp. 179-205 Summary

The story begins with a confusing narrative about a young woman waking up early in order to go riding. The scene seems to be from the point of view of Miranda's Aunt Amy and as the main character saddles up her horse, she is accompanied by a mysterious stranger. The woman, who turns out to be Miranda herself, wakes, and reveals that this is a dream.

Miranda gets up and sleepily goes to her job as a reporter at a newspaper office. She never gets enough sleep, because her job keeps her up at all hours. Although Miranda and another woman, Towney, used to be legitimate reporters, their humane ways lost them a scoop once, and they were punished with demotions to covering Theater and Society. There are a...

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