Running After Antelope - Pages 3 through 18 Summary & Analysis

Scott Carrier
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Pages 3 through 18 Summary and Analysis

The first chapter begins with Scott Carrier being awakened by his brother to hunt. The hunt would always begin at sunrise. Scott was six and his brother seven years old at the time. His brother always had a knack of catching animals, sometimes in neighbors' yards - snakes, lizards and turtles among them. He brought them home and put them in cages in the basement so he could study them. He had a garter snake trapped under Mrs. Gooch's porch. She came outside to see what the ruckus was. Mrs. Gooch said that there was no snake under her porch and chased the boys away with her broom. They ran fast. Scott's brother figured out how to run and not get out of breath. He claimed he could run as fast and as far as he wanted.

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