Tex - Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Back home, a letter arrives from Lem, but Tex does not tell Mason about it. Lem apologizes for what happened and asks Tex not to tell anyone where he is. Tex sits at the table cleaning his rifle, and Mason asks if he is going hunting. Tex states that he is going to go for a walk the next day and take the gun, but that he will not shoot anything. In fact, he has decided he will never shoot anything again now that he knows how it feels. Mason asks if Tex talked to the man who offered him a summer job, and Tex says yes; the man is willing to wait another week until Tex is healed enough to start working. Tex has received the job because the man remembered him from a fair and recalled that Tex was good with horses.

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