Winter in the Blood - Part 3, Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 36 Summary

It was getting dark when they reached the highway. Mose opened the gate approaching the highway and they successfully led the cows onto the highway. However, after Mose opened the gate on the other side, the spinster cow in the lead refused to go through. While they attempted to encourage her, one of the calves ran off. Old Bird, the horse, took off after the calf as he was trained to do. The narrator could barely hold on. Suddenly behind them, the narrator heard a car hit his brother where he sat on his horse. Old Bird stopped and the narrator flew off his back, crushing his knee against a rock.

Part 3, Chapter 36 Analysis

Finally the reader gets to hear the story of how Mose died, a story that has been alluded to through the majority of the novel. Mose's death...

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