The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three - Part 3, Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 1 Summary

Roland enters the world of Jack Mort. Jack has the peculiar habit of seeking out strangers and performing random actions that lead to their death or injury. The first person that Roland sees Jack plotting to kill is a version of Jake, the little boy who he sacrificed in his own world. Jack Mort plans to push little Jake into the street while he's walking to school. At the last minute, Roland takes over Jack Mort's body and stops him from fulfilling his plan.

Roland is very surprised to see little Jake in this world. It brings up many questions in his own mind about the nature of the universe and how Jake's death affects his own world and his own future. Roland feels regret for the treatment he gave to Jake but at the same time is resigned that the...

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