Follow the River - Chapters 17, 18 and 19 Summary & Analysis

James Alexander Thom
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Chapters 17, 18 and 19 Summary

Mary's and Ghetel's feet are swollen and discolored. They have gone four days with no food except a handful of acorns when Ghetel becomes more belligerent. As they are about to eat a few nuts they've found, Ghetel demands the tomahawk. She already has the only spear, and Mary is suddenly hesitant to give the old woman both weapons, though she doesn't say why. There's a brief stand off as Mary demands that Ghetel hand over the spear before she gives up the tomahawk. Then, they encounter a young deer. Though they have no gun, they converge on the creature and try to kill it, but it escapes. Soon, the two women are back to pulling up plants and make a big joke of it, saying that one is fit for a king and another looks like luscious eating. They discover...

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