The Sisters Brothers - Chapter 2 Pages 118-140 Summary & Analysis

Patrick deWitt
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Chapter 2 Pages 118-140 Summary

When night falls during their visit to Mayfield, a Chinese boy comes in to the light the candles in the room. Mayfield says the boy is working to save the money to bring his family over from China. Mayfield makes the boy dance for his visitors. Eli asks Mayfield about the payment for the pelt and Mayfield throws two eagles at Charlie, who pockets the cash.

Mayfield then rings a bell and whores enter the room. Eli notices that Charlie and Mayfield resemble each other. To prove Charlie and Eli are not the limping man that robbed him when he was in Oregon City, Mayfield wants Eli and Charlie to click their heels together. Eli refuses. When Mayfield describes the man that robbed him, Charlie says the man's name is Robinson. Mayfield says he plans to have the man...

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