Pax - Chapters 10, 11, and 12 Summary & Analysis

Sara Pennypacker
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In Chapter 10, Peter had not gotten very far from Vola’s house when he turned around and returned to her cabin. He told her he would not leave because he felt he was going the wrong way. He asked her to teach him how to get around on one leg and told her that he would do whatever she asked. He told her that even if Pax was dead, he wanted to bring him home to bury him. Whether he was dead or alive, he would not let her stop him from getting Pax. Vola agreed to help him as long as he met three conditions.

In Chapter 11, Bristle told the story of the death of her parents. They had gone to the humans' farm to try to get mice from the barn for their babies one winter when the snow did not...

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