Pax - Chapters 28, 29, and 30 Summary & Analysis

Sara Pennypacker
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In Chapter 28, as Peter walked he felt that Pax traveled that same path. He stopped out of exhaustion but soon started again when he thought he saw a coyote in the woods. It took him an hour to climb a rock wall, but once he was finished he stopped to eat. He could not eat the peanut butter sandwich Vola had put in his bag. It reminded him too much of Pax. He thought about the abandoned animals he had seen and thought about what Vola had said about the costs of war. As he had been lost in thought, it had begun to get dark. He got up too quickly and one of his crutches slipped. He fell onto it and heard a snap. He believed he had broken a rib but realized his crutch had broken. He used the baseball bat...

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