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A Sand County Almanac Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2, February and Chapter 3, March Summary

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Chapter 2, February and Chapter 3, March Summary and Analysis

In this chapter, the narrator tells the reader about his oak tree. The oak tree outside of his house was special as it managed to escape being eaten by the rabbits and actually grew to be a tree. It was a faithful companion providing wood for the family for over eighty years. The narrator is proud of his tree and likes knowing that it has experienced so much. A storm hits, and while everyone is inside with their warm drinks, they hear thunder crash down with the terrible sight of lightning. Knowing that it was very close by, they go to their rooms where they feel safer and wait the storm out. The following day, they see that the lightning hit the tree, killing it completely. The narrator waits a few days before cutting down his beloved...

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