In the morning it is still raining but not as heavily as it was the day before. Keiti tells Hemingway that the weather will be good the next day. Hemingway lies and tells him that he dreamed it had rained heavily up in the Reserves. Keiti replies with a dream of his own in which it rained clear up to the desert. Then Hemingway tells him of his real dream in which they hanged the Informer. Keiti dislikes the Informer and enjoys this dream, but he warns Hemingway not to practice witchcraft with dreams.
The Informer arrives and tells Hemingway that he is a sick man, which he is....
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