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The Last of the Mohicans Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 28 Summary

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Chapter 28 Summary

As the sun rises, we see people going about their normal tasks. It seems to be a little busy for early morning. Eyes keep returning to a large silent lodge. On a rock ledge above the village, a man appears with his arms open in greeting. His paint is friendly and his dress benign. The men welcome him to the village. The stranger walks through greeting the men and ignoring the women. It is Magua - Le Renard Subtil.

The chief invites Magua to have breakfast with him and the other chiefs. The conversation during the meal is light, focused on the hunt. When the food has been cleared, the real battle of wits began. Magua offers to take Cora off their hands. His offer is refused twice. "She is welcome," is the reply. Then Magua brings out small gifts. These are trinkets stolen from the dead...

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