Winter in the Blood - Part 1, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 11 Summary

Lame Bull stops smiling so much because it gives hired hands the wrong impression. It does not stop him, however, from telling the story over and over to his friends. One of these friends tells the narrator that he has seen his girl in Malta. Everyone wants to know if the narrator will go after the girl. The narrator reluctantly says he will.

Part 1, Chapter 11 Analysis

The narrator has decided to go find his girl. This introduces the next few chapters as the narrator makes the trip to the town of Malta to attempt to find the girl. The reader must wonder now if he is going for his possessions, or if he has feelings for this girl he claims to be unemotional about.

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