Before I Burn - Part 6: Sections I through V Summary & Analysis

Gaute Heivoll
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Part 6: Sections I through V

Section I

It was so cold that it was difficult for Gaute to write. He recalled going to Olga Dynestol’s barn and seeing three animals, including the elk that his father had slain, hanging from the ceiling. He watched as men lowered the animals and cut the throats of the animals with a compass saw. A gush of blood flowed out from each of them. The men proceeded to butcher the animals into small pieces which were distributed to those who had gathered. When his father’s name was called, Gaute helped him put the meat in the tub they had brought with them. The elk’s head was mounted in another section of the barn. Gaute felt that its black eyes followed him as they left with the meat.

Section II

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