The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Jimmie and Mort cross to the rainy side of the mountains. Jimmie is still concerned about whether he should tell Mort about killing the women or not. They discover that they are carrying too much food and drop some of it. Jimmie waits for the slump in spirits, which could be expected after Friday night, but it fails to come.

Mort talks of an Irishman, Mullet, that he knows who lives near where they are. They walk nearly twenty-five miles to get to the man's house. When they enter his hut, they tell him that they are in trouble with the police. Jimmie is tempted to stay another night but thinks that the news of the murders may be traveling fast. They move toward the Healy's.

Jimmie realizes when they reach the Healy's that he has traveled there for Mrs. Healy. He tells...

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