The Light in the Forest - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

True Son sleeps his first night back home among familiar sounds, smells, people and things. For several days afterward the whole village celebrates his return. Only the family of Little Crane seems unhappy. One day the council drum beats, and the village assembles to discuss the matter of Little Crane's death. They decide to avenge him. On the road to the white town, the party splits so some can raid a white settlement. When they meet up again, the raiders have scalps, one of them of a child. The next day the party comes on a boat full of whites. They make a plan to use True Son as a decoy to get the next boat to come ashore so they can attack. They dress him in clothes they took from the white settlement, and when a boat finally comes along he calls...

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