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Abel's Island - Study Guide 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11

It is November. Everything is gray and drab in nature. Abel is not sure he is well-prepared for winter. He has a gray brown feather that he thinks is the owl's feather, which makes him feel powerful over the bird. Abel mutters a poem, citing the owl will never get him. He casts a spell over the owl. His thoughts go back to Amanda. For his winter clothes, he weaves a cape with a hood out of tough grass. He stores mushrooms, seeds and berries for winter, creating an abundant storage and making him feel better. He thinks about why God makes horrible creatures like owls and snakes and ponders killing the owl.

Chapter 12

In December, Abel begins to talk to himself. Usually, he talks to himself internally, but now he does it aloud. He addresses Amanda's statue as if it is really her. The first...

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