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Three Famous Short Novels Chapter Summary & Analysis - Spotted Horses, Pages 63 - 76 Summary

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Spotted Horses, Pages 63 - 76 Summary

As Ratliff predicted, lawsuits are drawn up against the Snopeses', suggesting that Flem was responsible for the chaos caused in the town generally and that Eck is responsible for the damage caused to Tull directly. The judge is not terribly receptive to the charges against Flem. As dishonest a man as he may be, there seems to be little evidence that he owned the horses or had any part in it. He is more interested in the suggestion that he stole five dollars from Henry's wife, but the case is irretrievably sunk when one of Snopes' kin swears under oath that he saw Flem give the money back to Hipps.

The judge then turns to the question of Eck's responsibility for Tull's injury. Eck seems resigned to the fact that he will owe Tull some money and the judge seems to...

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