The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

McCreadie is now very sick and Mort and Jimmie carry him on their backs. Jimmie says that they ought to put him on a farmer's veranda so that he will get help. That night, Jimmie lays McCreadie down in his tracks and leaves. He hears Mort calling to him but he continues on, leaving Mort native. Mort carries McCreadie to a farmhouse. The inhabitants shoot at them and tell Mort to put McCreadie down. Mort runs north and is awoken in the morning by a farmer riding past. The man comes back later with three others, and they lay in wait for Mort. Mort is aware that they are there. He is shocked by two bullets from his left and two from his right, which kill him. Eight hours later, Dowie and Dud ride to the barn where Mort's body has been taken...

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