A Rock and a Hard Place - Chapter 7 "Day Three: 'Push on Till the Day"' Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 "Day Three: 'Push on Till the Day"' Summary and Analysis

Ralston is inundated with mosquitoes. He makes a sport of killing them, even considering the possibility that he could eat the insects if he so wanted. With most of his two pre-made burritos still available, however, he chooses not to.

At this point, Ralston has lost the will to continue chipping at the boulder and is coming to terms with his fate. He expects that he can survive another day and a half, perhaps two, with his rations. This slow death is not what he expected, and he muses that the death he saw for himself included an abrupt end such as a fall, not this.

Ralston takes sips of water every three hours, and at this juncture he has ten ounces remaining...

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