Hatchet - Study Guide Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13

Brian has finally been able to catch fish, so many fish that he is growing tired of it. For this reason, he has begun trying to kill the birds he calls, which he calls fool birds. The bow and arrow work well together, though his first attempt nearly blinded him when the string was too tight and caused the bow to shatter. However, he now has it working well.

Chapter 14

One morning, a skunk comes to Brian’s shelter and steals his turtle eggs. Brian tries to stop it, and the skunk sprays him. Brian realizes after this experience that he must make a stronger door for his shelter to protect himself and find a better way to store his food. Brian also realizes he could get hurt, and he should begin storing enough food to survive should he be forced to stay in the shelter...

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