The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: A Novel - Outside Lute Summary & Analysis

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Outside Lute Summary

Edgar and the dogs come to a sunflower field and a farmhouse. No one is home, and he and the dogs eat as much food as they can. They take what food they can carry, and Edgar grabs a pack of matches and some medicine and bandages. They move on, following railroad tracks.

Tinder steps on a piece of glass, and Edgar must tackle Tinder to remove the glass. Tinder bites Edgar's forearm, and Edgar cuts his thumb attempting to remove the glass. Edgar succeeds and then carries Tinder to the nearest house -the house they have robbed- where a man appears outside. Edgar scribbles down a note to explain the situation to him and the man helps treat Tinder and Edgar's wounds.

Outside Lute Analysis

When one of the dogs is accidentally injured, Edgar must bring the dogs back to...

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