The Last of the Mohicans - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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The Huron (Iroquois) badger the captives for information about Hawkeye; known as "La Longue Carabine." Heyward turns to Renard, requesting that he translate. Renard contemptuously complies. When told that Hawkeye and the other two had left by floating down the river, the band reacts in anger and frustration. One Indian threatens to scalp Alice. When Heyward springs to aid her, his hands are bound.

The chief has other ideas for his captives. The four are placed in the canoe and taken to the south bank of the river. There, the band splits. The horses go with the larger group, while the captives are left with six men and two horses. Renard is the leader. Heyward attempts to gain the trust of Renard. He relates how well the English have treated him and how his native band hurt him. Heyward goes into great detail of the reward awaiting...

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