The Road to Memphis - Chapter 3, The Hunt Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, The Hunt Summary

Cassie describes the raccoon hunt as being more of a nighttime cookout while waiting for the dogs to bark, signifying that they had found a raccoon and chased it up a tree. While roasting peanuts and potatoes by the fire, the hunters exchange stories. Clarence announces that he wants to join the Army, an idea that came to him from his cousin who is in the Army and likes it well enough. Stacey is neither for nor against the idea and agrees to drive Clarence to Jackson, where he can sign up.

One of the dogs starts barking. Harris and Cassie go to investigate, but instead of finding raccoon, they run into the Aames brothers and Jeremy, also hunting for raccoon. Statler begins his usual harassment of Harris and includes Cassie in his offensive suggestions. The situation escalates to...

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