The Deerslayer - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Hetty evades Deerslayer and the others and reaches the shore. Deerslayer pursues her. She calls out to them from the shore, assuring them that God will protect her. They try to convince her to come back but she is sure that she can use Bible passages to persuade the Iroquois to release her father and Harry.

Hetty disappears into the forest and falls asleep. She is woken up the next morning by a family of brown bears. The bears follow Hetty as she makes her way through the forest. Hetty is discovered by Wah-ta-Wah, who tries to warn her about the Iroquois encampment. Hetty explains her plan. Wah-ta-Wah is delighted to hear that Chingachgook is nearby. The two girls become friends. Hetty confesses her mental condition. Wah-ta-Wah agrees to take Hetty into the encampment because she knows that no one will harm her...

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