Canada: A Novel - Part 2, Chapters 60-62 Summary & Analysis

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Dell sat in the bar of the Leonard in Chapter 60, admired the oil painting of “two bull moose locked in combat, their antlers tangled in a way they’d never escape” called Their Fight to the Death (351), and observed Jepps and Crosley as they drank a beer and nervously waited for Arthur to appear. Dell had not seen him that day, and he thought it may have had something to do with the two Americans. It excited Dell “to have the advantage over them” (353), since they did not know that he knew who they were. He feared the imminent outcome might have been bad. Arthur entered the bar and socialized with the customers, then saw and approached Jepps and Crosley. They talked good-naturedly for a little bit, and Arthur said he would arrange for them to shoot geese the next day. Dell...

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