My Side of the Mountain - The Autumn Provides Food and Loneliness – Trouble Begins Summary & Analysis

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The Autumn Provides Food and Loneliness – September comes on and the creatures of the forest prepare for winter. So does Sam. He uses the raft to head upstream to collect more food and supplies, such as arrowleaf bulbs and bulrush roots. He also digs for wild onions. He uses clay mixed with grasses to build a fireplace in his cave, including a ventilation system for the smoke, and begins to get lonely. But the Baron nips at Sam’s pants and scares the loneliness out of Sam. Sam finds old scraps of metal, nails, and a hinge at the old Gribley house, as well as an old wagon wheel, but has no way to cut it up or bring it back. Sam knows he also needs a blanket, still, as the cold begins to set in. He...

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