The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Jimmie takes other work up and down the valley. Word reaches Brentwood that he is making sums of money, and the members of his totem begin to associate tasks like fencing with sums of money.

One evening Jimmie is awoken by someone from Verona who tells him that Harry Edwards has killed a white man and that he is needed to help bury the man. The men take a blanket and carry the dead man from the house in it. They manage to dig a hole about two feet deep, and they bury the man in it. This is the second to the last time that Jimmie goes to Verona.

Jimmie works for a Scot, Claude Lewis. Lewis mistrusts Jimmie's half brother, Morton, who has come to visit. Mort often doubles up with laughter. Lewis finds fault in whatever he can of Jimmie's...

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