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A Year in the Maine Woods Chapter Summary & Analysis - October 14 To Find Small Caterpillars, Burning Wood, Scents and Sounds, Trees, October 26-30, Election Time, November 8-9 Jack?, The Moon, Habits and Hunts Summary

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October 14 To Find Small Caterpillars, Burning Wood, Scents and Sounds, Trees, October 26-30, Election Time, November 8-9 Jack?, The Moon, Habits and Hunts Summary and Analysis

The author reflects in "October 14 To Find Small Caterpillars" that, like Jack, who hunted and pecked at only the things that interested him, the author has also developed a keen sense of only noticing the unique and new.

In "Burning Wood", the author writes that he is happy he has cut down so much wood and it has given him a feeling of accomplishment. However, he is annoyed that his stove is efficient at cooking food but inefficient at heating his cabin.

In the section "Scents and Sounds", the author listens to the sounds of the night and the smells of...

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