Spunk Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapter Abstracts

* The book begins by describing Spunk as a giant man and a bully.

* Spunk has taken Joe Kanty's wife, Lena, as his own.

* Spunk seems to have no regard for Joe's feelings in the matter.

* The gossips at the village store, including Elijah Mosley and Walter Thomas, see Spunk and Lena walking down the street together.

* Elijah and Walter gossip about their relationship.

* They criticize Joe, who is much smaller than Spunk, for not doing anything about the matter.

* Spunk works at the sawmill.

* Spunk is described as a sort of hero to the men because he is not afraid of anything.

* Joe comes into the store and the men ridicule him for letting Spunk take Lena.

* Walter doesn't approve of Spunk taking Lena just because Joe is timid.

* Elijah disagrees with Walter and says that Joe doesn't have anything to do with it.

* Elijah says that...

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