The Deerslayer - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

The warriors are unsuccessful in their search for the canoe that brought Hetty. They set up watch over the encampment during the night, guarding Deerslayer. During the night, Hetty wakes up and leaves the camp. His lover distracts the guard posted on the shore. Hetty meets up with Judith who is hiding in the canoe in the bushes next to the shore. Hetty described the situation to her sister, who vows to liberate Deerslayer. They talk together for a long time before they begin to sail back out into the lake. They hear a woman scream and discover that the guard's lover has been shot. They paddle toward the center of the lake and go to sleep in the canoe.

Chapter 18 Analysis

Hetty and Judith have managed to outwit the Iroquois guards. Judith continues to show her strong feelings for Deerslayer. They see...

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