The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three - Part 1, Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 1 Summary

Roland awakes from his exhaustion and takes stock of his wounds. He can still feel the parts of his body that have been eaten by the strange creature from the sea. He inspects his guns and shells and sorts out the ones that might be salvageable. He forces himself to eat and drink and drags his body across the sand. After several falls, he makes it to the shade of a tree where he stops to rest. He wants to sleep but he fears that he will be left vulnerable if he falls asleep. Instead, he gathers his courage and decides to walk north as far as he can as long as his strength lasts.

He begins walking. After about three hours and having traveled four miles, he stops, ready to pass out again. To his surprise, he sees a door...

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