The Hamlet, 373 (Event)

Text: 
Page Number: 
373
Order within Page: 
8
First 8-10 words of event: 
Ratliff turned in among them. He seemed to know
Page Event Ends: 
375
Era: 
Turn of the Century (1890-1913)
Narrative Status: 
Narrated
Date: 
Wednesday, August 2, 1899 to Thursday, August 31, 1899
Notes: 

Checked 1/3/2017 JB

Summary: 

Ratliff turns his buckboard among the hedgerows and ties off his team. The lame-legged Armstid rushes off with Ratliff and Bookwright struggling to keep up through the undergrowth. Bookwright realizes that Henry has spent "more than one night" here already (374). They follow a ravine and begin to climb the bank, eventually having to drag Armstid up the hill toward the garden. On their bellies, they gradually crawl toward the garden and hear the sound of shoveling. Bookwright asks how they can be certain if it is indeed Flem Snopes.

Chronological Order: 
441.00
Keywords: 
Themes: Buried Treasure; Flem's Schemes
Indeterminate Date Range: 
12963

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