Three Famous Short Novels - Spotted Horses, Pages 36 - 63 Summary & Analysis

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Hipps gone, the men now turn to the unpleasant business of wrangling their houses so they can take them home. They gather up ropes, planks of wood, and nearly anything else they can find and head into the corral. Wallstreet, who learned nothing from last time, follows the crowd in, despite several admonishments from his father. The horses, predictably, are not willing to go without a fight. They kick and buck and, as the men's efforts intensify, break out into a full stampede. Henry, who still believes he is entitled to one of the horses, is trampled and breaks his leg. Wallstreet once again finds himself among the melee but, somehow, comes out completely unscathed. Unfortunately, someone left the corral's gate open and the horses charge through it and rampage across the town. Eck's horse, the one given to him by...

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