When the Legends Die - Part 3, Chapter 41 Summary & Analysis

Hal Borland
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Part 3, Chapter 41 Summary

Tom is looking for convalescent homes and Mary is trying to find a way to be a continuing part of his rehabilitation. Mary tells him he needs a quiet place with someone to look after him and cook his meals. Mary suggests a place like her apartment would be ideal and then she tells him she has found a rest home in the country run by a woman she knows. Mary is pressuring him to take the room and trying to force herself into his own rehabilitation. Tom is having nothing of it and orders her to leave him alone. Tom recalls the pattern of others who trapped him: Blue Elk, Benny Grayback, Rowena Ellis, Red Dillon. All these people had tried to run him and make him do things their way and now, so was Mary. Tom rejects her offer...

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