The Crossing - Chapter One, Pages 51 through 125 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter One, Pages 51 through 125 Summary

When Billy arrives at the campfire set, he sees the wolf caught in the trap. His immediate reaction is that his father told Billy to come get him but finds that he can't remember the qualifying instructions. Billy finds that he isn't really prepared, doesn't know whether to kill the wolf or go get his father. He debates for a while, then dismounts and gets out his rope. He lassoes the head and feet and stretches the wolf out so the animal can't stand. He then makes a muzzle from a rope and a stick, using the stick like a bit. With the wolf trussed up in this manner, Billy sets out to take the animal home. When he turns the hind feet loose, the wolf tries to run. When she tries to run and hits the...

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