Brian's Winter - Part 2, Winter: Chapters 8-10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Winter: Chapters 8-10 Summary

In chapter 8, still concerned about his clothing situation, Brian makes sleeves for his vest. Brian then spends a day making boots to fit over his quickly disintegrating tennis shoes. The next morning, when he wakes, Brian discovers that it has snowed. The woods look completely different in the snow. As Brian walks around in the snow in his new boots, he realizes that the snow makes it possible for him to see the tracks of every animal in the woods, and to follow them.

In chapter 9, Brian goes hunting. At first he thinks he will kill rabbits, but soon Brian finds himself looking for larger prey. When Brian finds moose prints, he follows until he comes upon a female moose like the one that attacked him months before. Brian hides in a small opening in the ground...

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