Pax - Chapters 4, 5, and 6 Summary & Analysis

Sara Pennypacker
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In Chapter 4, Peter realized he had made a mistake by not taking a flashlight with him. It was so dark that he had to give up. When he woke in the morning, he tried to remember the map from the atlas. He hoped to have the worst of his journey, the part that would lead him through inhabited towns, behind him. About noon, he reached the town he remembered from the car ride with his father. The man in the hardware store where Peter stopped to buy a flashlight seemed suspicious of him. Peter told him he was headed back to school after a break. He followed Peter out of the store and pointed out to Peter that he was walking away from school instead of toward it. Peter went to the school to keep from arousing the man’s suspicion any further...

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