Shoeless Joe - The Oldest Living Chicago Cub Summary & Analysis

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The Oldest Living Chicago Cub Summary

Ray and Salinger smile at each other, sharing the secret of Archie's future, which is still unknown to the young man who is just searching for a place to play baseball. Archie tells Ray and Salinger about his family being from North Carolina, and Ray looks at Salinger silently urging him to stop asking questions, the answers to which Archie still does not know. Ray wonders how it is possible that he has conjured Archie out of his imagination. "And I come to believe he has been created by the strength of my dreams, by the depth of my belief in what has been happening. The young Archie Graham is like a doll Jerry and I have conjured up to satisfy our desire that fantasy turn into truth."

Ray tells Archie that they will be...

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