Hatchet - Chapters 15 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15

Brian has begun to lose track of time, but he remembers things based on events, such as the first time he caught a foolbird. It was difficult to kill the first fool bird and tricky to cook it, but Brian figured it out and was able to do it many times.

Chapter 16

One day while hunting, Brian is attacked by a moose. The moose chases Brian into the lake and smashes him down into the mud. When Brian tries to move away, the moose comes back and attacks him again, injuring his ribs. Brian stays still until the moose leaves, then makes his way carefully back to his shelter. That night, while resting, Brian hears a loud noise. Brian realizes it is a tornado. Brian hides in his shelter, but the tornado comes and rips apart his shelter and knocks him against the wall, again injuring his...

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