The Last of the Mohicans - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

David is happy to see them and explains the situation. He assures Munro that the girls are unspoiled. It seems the Indians think him slightly mad. His song in the middle of the slaughter astounded the killers. They allow him to come and go. He explains that the girls have been separated. Alice is with the Huron women about two miles away. Cora has been placed with a neighboring tribe farther away. Heyward asks David why he has not escaped. The reply is that he had wished to remain as close to the girls as he could.

After careful questioning, it is surmised that some of the Delaware people were within the tribe where Cora was sent. A plan is devised. David is going to back to the Huron, and Heyward insists on going with him. Hawkeye asks if he is tired of seeing the sun rise...

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