When the Legends Die - Part 4, Chapter 42 Summary & Analysis

Hal Borland
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Part 4, Chapter 42 Summary

Tom takes the bus back to Pagosa and then sits in the local café. Four of the local men are staring at him in his fancy clothing, making him feel self-conscious for the first time in a long time. After eating, he leaves his clothes bag with the waitress while he walks up the street. Tom notices two Indians across the street and recognizes one of them as Luther, his one-time roommate at the reservation. Luther looks like a skid-row character. Moving on to Thatcher's Market, he recalls himself as a young boy with a bear cub, with crowds of men in the street, threatening to kill the cub. Jim Thatcher had warned the men to leave the boy alone and Tom was tempted to go in for a visit.

Tom decides to buy work clothes to change his image and...

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