A Boy and His Dog - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

The airshaft opens a mile from the dropshaft. Vic shoots off the hatch bolts, and he and Quilla June climb out. Rather than sleep there, in potential danger, they walk back to the dropshaft where Vic left the surface. Blood is there waiting for Vic to return. He has not eaten, and his wounds are untended. Quilla June tries to hurry Vic away from the dropshaft, and Blood closes his eyes. Vic picks up the weak, hungry, Blood. He offers to go to the city for food, but Blood has already been. Blood tells Vic that they cannot return to the city because the rovers found out they did not die in the fire. Blood shivers. Vic realizes he cannot go back, nor can he make it without Blood. He has to get Blood food and medical care. Quilla June demands that he...

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