The Jungle Book - Chapter 3 "Tiger Tiger" Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 "Tiger Tiger" Summary

In "Tiger, Tiger," the reader again follows the adventures of the man-cub, Mowgli, who has been raised by the wolf pack. In this last of the three Mowgli stories, the reader meets Mowgli after he has been turned out of the pack. He has said goodbye to Mother and Father wolf and is on his way to the human village. As he approaches the village, little children run, and the ever-present mongrel dogs bark. Mowgli's naked and scruffy appearance is a little startling by the village standards. Mowgli takes no notice and continues on, for he is very hungry and has nowhere else to go. Arriving at the gate to the village, he approaches an old man and points to his stomach, indicating that he'd like something to eat. The man runs away and returns with a...

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