Navigating Early - Chapter 31 - 35 Summary & Analysis

Clare Vanderpool
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The man, a lumberjack, doesn’t look anything like Fish’s photo in the trophy case. He’s glad that Eustasia thought she was tending to her son. Early tells Jack that Mrs. Johannsen died. She had been happy that “Martin” was back and that she was caring for him. She thanked Early for bringing “Martin” back to her. The man, the lumberjack that Early called Fish, is gone. He’s upset and realizes that his brother isn’t coming back. Early believes that MacScott could have killed the bear; instead he let it kill him.

Despite his earlier change of heart, Early is once again convinced that the lumberjack is Fisher. When Jack and Early go to the grave which they had partially dug, it’s already filled with dirt with a marker that reads, “Martin Johannsen.” Jack puts it all together...

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