Bless the Beasts and Children - Chapters 17 & 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 17 & 18 Summary

In chapter seventeen, the buffalo are led towards the fence by the boys and, finally out of the danger of being heard, the boys let loose their nervous energy with hooting and hollering. The boys have lost track of time. The events of the previous night seem like an age ago. By now it is after five in the morning. Soon, people would be waking and the boys will get caught and be in deep trouble. Cotton gets antsy, thinking that they should have reached the fence by now.

Chapter eighteen begins with Teft telling the boys about his cousin's piranha, and how his cousin had been forced to get rid of it. He had put it into a pond full of goldfish at a local girls college. The piranha had taken a bite out of each goldfish. Quickly, the gardeners at the...

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