Brian's Hunt Setting & Symbolism

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This is the wilderness to Brian.

The Northern

This is the fish Brian shoots with an arrow to eat before he finds the dog.

Winnipeg

This is where Susan goes to stay with relatives after the bear kills her parents.

The matches

This is the item Brian has that he considers a luxury.

The bear

This is the animal that kills David and Anne Smallhorn and tries to kill Brian.

The dog

This is the animal Brian finds injured that first alerts him to the fact that there might be bear trouble. She is completely trusting in Brian and he finds himself soon trusting her as well.

Muckwa

This is Devil Bear or the name Susan calls the bear that kills her parents.

The cabin

This is where Brian finds the body of David Smallhorn.

The kennels

This is where Brian finds three dead dogs.

The canoe

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