It then goes back in time to show the reader Emily's childhood.
Jewel tries to get Peabody to come for Cash, but since Peabody is too far away, he brings back Uncle Billy, the horse doctor. While Billy is examining him, Cash tries to say something. Dewey Dell is the one who understands him: Cash wants his tools. Darl brings them over and shows them to him, and then places them under the bed so Cash can touch them when he feels better.
Armstid hears sees buzzards circling and hears a commotion near the barn. When Anse gets back he is told about the new detour. He is asked how he could be the team, and reluctantly says: Anse justifies this by saying that if he had to go without teeth, they could go without something too.
Armstid suggests that they leave Cash at his place to convalesce, but they would not allow it. He offers them a place to stay for the night, but they choose instead to camp down the road.
And he offers them food, but they insist on eating food brought from home. Armstid assumed that he would have gotten on it and ridden to Texas before he did that, but he says that Anse has a strange kind of power over people.
Each problem that hits them does not make them stronger, it makes the worse. He then tells us that the previous day there were only four. Cash is in pain. The bouncing of the wagon is making his broken leg worse. He is lying on top of the "box," but Vardaman does not think his mother is in there.
He thinks she swam out of the holes that he drilled when she was in the water, because "My mother does not smell like that. Vardaman tells us that Jewel and his horse have left; although Armstid has told us where the horse is, we do not know where Jewel is.
Darl tells Dewey Dell that she will need to sell her cakes in Mottson. The number of buzzards increases to ten and Vardaman says that he will keep them from landing on the box again or on Cash. It is clear that Cash is doing much worse, but Cash does not argue, he merely says go on.
Cash makes her "bed" and then lies with her on it. Darl says to Dewey Dell, "those cakes will be in fine shape by the time we get to Mottson. The summer heat is not making the cakes better; obviously, he is talking about her body.
Darl thinks she is beginning to show and should try to get the abortion as soon as possible.
Moseley Summary Moseley is a druggist who Dewey Dell approaches for drugs to terminate her pregnancy. She is reluctant to say anything and Moseley must slowly figure out what she wants by asking general questions which narrow the possibilities.
When he finally figures out what she wants, he is outraged and tells her to tell her father and get married. Dewey Dell repeats that Lafe had said a druggist would do it, reluctantly, for ten dollars.
Moseley tells us that the second half of this section has been related to him from the sheriff, named Albert. People with handkerchiefs over their noses are running from a wagon.
The sheriff stops them and tells them they cannot go through his city. Anse argues that the law cannot tell them where they can or cannot shop. The sheriff tells them that he needs a doctor and if they put cement on the leg it will have to be amputated.
They say it will be fine.See a complete list of the characters in As I Lay Dying and in-depth analyses of Addie Bundren, Darl Bundren, and Jewel Bundren. As I Lay Dying is told by fifteen different narrators over the course of fifty-nine narrative sections.
The first section belongs to Darl Bundren, who introduces us to his brothers Cash and Jewel and his dying mother, Addie.
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