When the Legends Die - Part 3, Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

Hal Borland
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Part 3, Chapter 32 Summary

Tom Black is a newcomer to the big rodeo. The horses are new, trained buckers, big, mean and naturally violent outlaws.

Tom's first ride in the big time is an average ride and Tom is not pleased with himself. Tom does better in the second go. Tom does well on his last ride and places second, winning enough to pay his hotel bill.

Tom travels from rodeo to rodeo, making pretty good money and making a name for himself with the crowds. Tom begins to ride for the crowds, trying to be a hero and he begins to lose. Eventually, he settles back into riding for himself, fighting it out with the horse and then he begins to win again.

Tom rides the circuit through the summer, winning everything and placing top in the averages. Tom then goes back to the...

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