The tragedy of pudd'nhead wilson. Chapters 13-15.
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At the haunted house, he learns about the duel from Roxy, who is disgusted that her son was so cowardly as to avoid fighting the duel himself. She is convinced that it's Tom's inherent "blackness" that has made him such a disgrace. She informs Tom that Luigi was injured though not killed in the duel. Moreover, a stray bullet grazed her own nose, and some of Judge Driscoll's hair was snipped off by a shot. Tom cannot believe his bad luck at his uncle not being killed in the gunfight.