Swan Song - Book Two, Part Thirteen, Chapters 75-84 Summary & Analysis

Robert R. McCammon
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Book Two, Part Thirteen, Chapters 75-84 Summary

In Chapter 75, Roland recalls a poem called "The Waste Land" by T.S. Eliot from his school days. Roland is fascinated with Brother Timothy's stories of God and the black box and silver key. His face is painful under the Job's Mask and he is afraid of what it will reveal. He apologizes to Macklin and requests to lead the assault to capture Brother Timothy. He gets angry and accuses Macklin of weakness. Roland is the real king and Macklin just wears the crown. They go to see Alvin's machine.

In Chapter 76, Operation Crucify is underway. Alvin has built a siege tower like medieval armies used. Roland pushes through the battle to the bookstore where the Savior has been killed by Brother Timothy, though he has no bullets left for himself, as was...

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