Out Stealing Horses - Chapters 16-17 Summary & Analysis

Anne Born and Per Petterson
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In these final chapters the reader sees Trond back in the past, remembering once again. It was the day after the timber had been sent down the river. Franz came down to visit. Trond thought that the sky was a bluer blue than he'd ever seen. Trond also noted that his father was acting rather strangely. He acted restless, as if he was waiting for something and was impatient for it to happen.

The next day his father had two horses for them to ride across the border on. Trond was excited for the adventure. They rode for half a day and finally at the bottom of a hill his father told him that at the top of the hill, by a lone pine tree was the border between Norway and Sweden. Feeling daring, Trond told his father he would race him to...

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