Mink River - Part III, Section 38-47 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

In Section 38, the narrator shares with the reader that Maple Head has been working on writing the history of Neawanaka for more than 20 years.

In Section 39, the priest rechristens Declan’s repaired boat. The rechristening turned into a big affair. Michael the cop even allowed the pub to remain open past its traditional closing time. When he did make it close he took all the drunks home in his patrol car.

In Section 40, Michael continues to keep his eye out for the man in the big brown coat. He believes the man will want revenge, possibly on Cedar or Worried Man so he patrols past their houses with his lights off.

In Section 41, Maple Head has read every account written of the beginning of Neawanaka. It appears from her research that the town began at a “place where a spring emerges...

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