Navigating Early - Chapter 26 - 30 Summary & Analysis

Clare Vanderpool
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Early tells Jack that he was wrong about the Ancient One in Pi’s story. He thought she was an enchantress or a witch. Eustasia is just a sad old woman who lost her son. He feels badly she was ready to let go but now she has to wait longer. Jack reminds Early that he’s looking for a bear on the trail that will lead them to his brother – who is also not coming back. Early warns Jack not to say that. Fish is coming back. He’s just having trouble finding his way. Early spies a huge footprint the size of a pie pan. They find six more huge prints and follow them. The lines between fantasy and real life are blurring. Have they found the Great Bear?

Jacks wonders to himself what would happen after they find the Great...

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