The Light in the Forest - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

True Son and Half Arrow awake in a camp they have made in the mountains, happy in the certainty that they cannot return to the white village for fear of being jailed or hanged. True Son tells his cousin they will return to the Lenni Lenape village together, and Half Arrow jumps for joy. When they reach the river, True Son realizes he has escaped his white enemies. He regrets leaving Gordie behind, so he tells Half Arrow that he must be his brother now. They trek through the wilderness, filled with anger that their kin and fellow Indians have been driven from this land, occasionally coming upon white hunting parties they must hide from. Crossing an enormous flat-topped mountain, they come upon a trader's house along a river and steal one of his boats because Half Arrow believes the river will take...

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