The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three - Part 2, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 3 Summary

Detta enters the other world with Roland and transforms back into Odetta. Roland can feel the change within her mind as it shifts from Detta to Odetta. Odetta listens to the explanations that the two men give her but she does not believe them. Instead, she insists that she must have been injured on her trip to Oxford, Mississippi and is suffering a hallucination. Eddie, who has fallen in love with her, tries to explain the situation to her but she is adamant in her story.

She believes that she was watching television in her home before she arrived in this strange, new place. She recounts an incident in her childhood when she is hit on the head by a brick while walking with her parents to the train station. The brick leaves a scar on her head and puts her...

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