The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

The Blacksmiths have very little food left. When Jimmie comes in at dusk and Gilda tells him about what had happened, Jimmie calls on Jackie Smolders. Tabidgi suggests a magical revenge, but Jimmie thinks that Mr. Newby must feel the bite tonight.

When Jimmie and Jackie visit the Newby's, Mrs. Newby opens the door and tells them that Mr. Newby is at the old farmhouse bagging wheat. She refuses to listen to Jimmie's pleas or demands for food even though he tells her that Mr. Newby owes him for nine hundred yards.

Newby tells Jimmie that he doesn't think he's working as hard since his relatives came and that he looks like he's going to give up the job. Jimmie argues that this isn't so and that Newby already owes him for the work he's done. When Jimmie says that he's got a...

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