Out Stealing Horses - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

Anne Born and Per Petterson
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This section opens up on the timeline in the past, right before the logs have been floated down the river, and after Trond has learned about his father's past from Franz. In fact, Trond's father went to Franz's house to discuss floating the timber, and when he returned in the evening, Trond could tell that Franz had not told him of their conversation of the other day, and that Franz had not been a fan of his father's plan to float the timber so soon.

The next day he, his father, and Franz met down by the river. As Trond watched his father and Franz work, two things struck him. First, he wished that he had a friend like his father had in Franz. And secondly, he realized that he didn't completely trust his father any more. His father had had a secret...

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