Julie of the Wolves - Part 3, "Kapugen, the Hunter," Section 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, "Kapugen, the Hunter," Section 2 Summary

The sixty-six-day-long night begins. For days, Miyax nurses Kapu, feeding him and Tornait while the pack hunts. Without a leader, they are able only to catch small game, but still Silver brings a rabbit to the tent. Miyax skins it for Kapu and catches lemmings for herself. She can no longer amuse herself by imagining San Francisco and the pink room. They are now blended in her mind with the nuts and bolts and metal of the plane which killed Amaroq and with everything negative about gussak, white people's, civilization. While Kapu heals, she carves the antler into a line of wolves hunting, Kapu in the lead.

Gradually Kapu's strength returns. Miyax moves her camp to the river, knowing the game will be more plentiful there. When Kapu is out an entire night...

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