Pax - Chapters 19, 20, and 21 Summary & Analysis

Sara Pennypacker
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In Chapter 19, Pax ran all the way back to the place where he had left Gray’s body. He saw the camp was empty and realized the men had taken to their trenches. He sensed they were anxious. He swam the river and made his way to a granite slab where he could seen what he needed to see. He was careful to dodge the wires. He began chewing one of the wires that was draped across the granite and was attacked from behind by Bristle. Bristle tells him he should leave the wires for the other humans to find. Pax suddenly realized another fox was in the area. When he saw the animal, he knew it was Runt. Bristle tried to get Runt, to stop but it was too late. Even though Pax tried again to chew through the wire, Runt tripped...

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