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No Country for Old Men Quotes by Cormac McCarthy

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No Country for Old Men Summary

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These notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. The central plot of the novel follows the experiences and thoughts of three central characters, Sheriff Ed Tom Bell, Hunter Llewelyn Moss, and psychopathic hitman Anton Chigurh , and how their paths intersect over the course of a series of highly disturbing and violent events. The novel opens with a monologue from protagonist Sheriff Ed Tom Bell, detailing an experience from his time as a Sheriff. Bell realizes that his worldview is dated, and likely fundamentally different from that of others near the Mexican American border in He believes in the idea of an agent of destruction that embodies this mentality, one that a man would have to risk his soul confronting. Bell does not believe himself to be willing to take that risk. Meanwhile, Llewelyn Moss comes across what appears to be the grisly aftermath of a drug deal gone wrong while out hunting antelope.

No Country For Old Men by Cormac McCarthy is a look at the changing times a sheriff faces towards the end of his career in law enforcement. Sheriff Ed Tom Bell investigates a massacre in the desert with obvious ties to heroin and Mexico.
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No Country for Old Men Summary

Seven million dollars can change your life. You can eat at Chipotle every day until you die, or you can finally complete your collection of rare Game Boy games. You can even donate a few bucks to a charity of your choice. But whatever you do, your life and the lives of your family would be totally different with that kind of money. What would you do with all that dough? Actually, the more interesting question is what would you do for all that dough?


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