Brian's Winter - Part 2, Winter: Chapters 15-17 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Winter: Chapters 15-17 and Epilogue Summary

In chapter 15, Brian is beginning to run out of moose meat, so he goes in search of another animal. Brian follows the track of a deer and comes across a young buck. Brian shoots the buck with an arrow and it slowly dies. Brian feels guilty, but would feel worse if he just left it without taking the meat. This time when Brian carves up the buck, he is able to drag all the meat back to camp on the buck's hide.

In chapter 16, the weather is beginning to grow warmer. Brian begins walking all around the woods, once going so far that he spends the night away from his camp. On one of these treks, Brian sees wolves take down a moose and eat it. Brian slowly walks away and returns to...

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