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As I Lay Dying

As I Lay Dying

by William Faulkner

As I Lay Dying Section Thirty-Seven, narrated by Darl Summary

  • Cash lies on the bank. He’s alive, albeit covered in vomit.
  • Dewey Dell cleans his face with the hem of her dress.
  • Vernon and Jewel are busy looking for Cash’s tools in the river. Vardaman keeps an eye on the rope that they’re both tied to.
  • Jewel finds many of Cash’s tools in the water.
  • Anse complains about being the most unfortunate man to have ever lived.
  • Cash comes to. He has broken the same leg he once broke by falling off the church.

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