Pax - Chapters 31, 32, 33, and 34 Summary & Analysis

Sara Pennypacker
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In Chapter 31, Pax joined Bristle’s fight against the coyote. Just as he was creeping toward the coyote, he heard Peter’s voice. The coyote called. Two more coyotes joined the fight. Even though Bristle yowled a threat, Pax could see the terror in her eyes. He heard Peter call him again. This time ran to the ridge line. He could see the soldiers running toward a figure that Pax thought was Peter, but this boy stood with his head high and faced the soldiers in defiance. He saw one man, whom he thought was Peter’s father, run toward Peter and hug him. Pax had never seen that happen either. Smelling the coyotes, Pax ran back to help Bristle.

In Chapter 32, Peter let his father hug him but suddenly realized what was happening. He accused his father of knowing what was going...

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