Winter in the Blood - Part 4, Chapter 41 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 41 Summary

The narrator approaches the barn and hears the calf crying. Soon he sees the reason as the cow becomes visible, stuck in a large mud pile. The narrator does not want to help the cow but feels he must. The narrator wades into the mud and puts a rope around the cow. Then he climbs onto Old Bird and encourages him to pull the cow out of the mud. The cow begins to come out of the mud, but then Old Bird begins to slip on the wet ground.

Part 4, Chapter 41 Analysis

The narrator, against his better judgment, decides to help the stuck cow. The narrator uses Old Bird because he is already saddled, giving him a chance to practice his training one last time. However, the cow is stuck quite deep and Old Bird has trouble, beginning to slip as...

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