The Last of the Mohicans - Study Guide Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

The story ends with two funerals-one for Cora and one for Uncas. The tribe dresses Cora in fine robes and throws flowers over her body. Uncas is dressed as a chief with all the finery the nation can bestow. Words are spoken over both. The girls of the tribe bury Cora according to her father's wishes. David sings sacred songs over the grave. Uncas is buried in a temporary grave. His bones will be collected later to stay with his tribe. Chingachgook speaks briefly over his son. He declares he is alone now. Hawkeye takes his hand and tells him he will never be alone.

Chapter 33 Analysis

The reader is left with a picture of honor for the dead. It is kind of the women to honor Cora as one of their own. The courage she showed would gain her respect in the tribe. The last picture...

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