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The Light in the Forest Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary

True Son realizes he has betrayed his Indian brothers to save a group of whites. They seize him and bind his hands and feet, then call a council to decide his fate. Many in the party want to burn him because they believe the whites have sent him back to betray them. When it is Cuyloga's turn to vote, he takes responsibility for his son's failure, even though what he has done has not caused them any real harm. He says he cannot stand by and let them burn his son.

Cuyloga also tells him that he has disappointed him by showing that his bond to white society is still strong. He will have to send him back to the whites once again. They will go as far as the nearest white man's road, and then part--as enemies. They leave the party together, and as promised Cuyloga...

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