Brian's Hunt - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

In chapter three, Brian thinks back to his first days in the wilderness after the plane crash. He'd been sure that he needed shelter and so had stayed in a cave when he should have been moving southward in an effort to find civilization. He knows it would have been incredibly slow because all he had was a hatchet. To start a fire each time he needed to cook a meal using just a rock and the hatchet would have taken time. But on this trip Brian has the luxury of matches, a knife, plenty of arrows, and other tools, as well as a small stone for sharpening his cutting tools. Brian finds a clearing at the edge of the lake and quickly cleans and cooks the fish, eating it all. He then makes tea and drinks the whole pot. Next...

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