Brian's Winter - Part 2, Winter: Chapters 11-14 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Winter: Chapters 11-14 Summary

In chapter 11, the rains come again. It rains for eight days straight, but this time Brian is warm and snug inside his shelter. The only time he has to leave is to get firewood. After the rain comes more snow. This time it is not a soft snow, but a snow driven into everything by the wind. Brian decides to make a coat out of the moose skin. It is very tough when it dries, but Brian rubs it against wood to soften it.

In chapter 12, Brian realizes it is after Thanksgiving and he decides to make a Thanksgiving feast for himself. Brian picks some small red berries and boils them into a sauce, serving them with a moose roast. During his meal, Brian stops to give thanks for all he has that has helped him to...

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