Wise Blood - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

The next morning, Haze steps off the train at a junction and it leaves without him. Luckily, he does not trust anyone, so he has brought his duffel with him. Six hours later, he catches the next train and arrives in Taulkenham at six in the evening. He observes all the lighted signs and walks up and down the station several times trying to decide what to do. He wants privacy, so he decides to go to the men's room. When he gets in there, he notices that the walls are stalls are littered with graffiti. After studying the inscriptions, he finally notices one for Mrs. Leora Watts – "The friendliest bed in town!" He writes down the address, hails a taxi and heads towards her house. The taxi driver wonders why a preacher would be heading to her house. After Haze denies being...

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