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Old Yeller Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

Fred Gipson
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Chapter 4 Summary

Travis claims that a few days later he has another reason to get rid of Old Yeller. Two range bulls are bellering at each other from a ways off, trying to start a fight. Each bull is coming from an opposite side of the house. Travis listens to them and decides he wants to see the bulls fight. The first bull enters the field by their house where Papa cleared out the brush and trees. Travis describes the bull as mustard-colored with black spots and he is named Chongo because that is what the Mexicans called a droop horn. The bull has one normal horn and one that hangs down past his jaw. The other bull is heard coming closer and Travis, Mama, and Little Arliss climb on the split-rail fence where they can watch the fight.

Once the other bull reaches the clearing Travis sees it...

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Old Yeller from BookRags and Gale's For Students Series. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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