A Single Shard - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-4 Summary

In Chapter 3, Min yells at Tree-ear for leaving the wood outside his house the night before rather than taking it to the kiln sight. Then Min sends Tree-ear to collect more wood. Over the next eight days, Tree-ear cuts wood and delivers it as requested. Crane-man offers to help, but Tree-ear refuses. When his nine days are up, Tree-ear returns to Min's and asks to be given a job. Min tells Tree-ear he cannot afford to pay him, but he gives him a job anyway. Tree-ear is sent to collect clay that day. The process of cutting the clay from the river bank is difficult, but Tree-ear learns it quickly. As he is cutting clay the first day, Tree-ear recalls that as his employer, Min has to feed him the mid-day meal. Tree-ear rushes back and is excited by the warm...

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