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Abel's Island Chapter Summary & Analysis - 19 and 20 Summary

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Chapter 19

Abel does not move out of sheer terror. He cannot get to his feet. The cat seizes the moment and lunges at him. She now has Abel dangling precariously in her mouth. He feels the dagger-like teeth of the cat's hold as she holds him by the furry skin of his back. The cat trots off in a very decisive way as Abel thinks about his luck. Had he gone through a year on the island and the hardship of swimming across the river to be eaten by a cat? Amanda and his family may never see him again. He cannot fathom not seeing home again. He cannot understand how life can be so cruel. The cat finally drops him on the ground and pounces. The cat traps Abel under her paw and lifts the paw up. Abel remains frozen for reasons he is not sure...

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