When the Legends Die - Part 2, Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

Hal Borland
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Part 2, Chapter 20 Summary

Tom is placed with Albert Left Hand and his sheep. Tom finds peace and contentment working the sheep herd and soon comes to know the desert plants and birds like he knew the ones on Bald Mountain.

When the ewes began to drop their lambs, Tom works side by side with Albert Left Hand, helping the new lambs and the ewes through the difficulties of birth. Together, they save sixty of the seventy or so birthed. Through the summer, they also save more from falling into canyons and from rattlesnakes and coyotes. By June, they had forty-five lambs swiftly growing. By July, the sheep are ready for shearing and Albert Left Hand takes Tom to Bayfield to sell the skins.

Part 2, Chapter 20 Analysis

Tom is back in a nature environment and left to commune again with the nature around him. Tom...

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