Running After Antelope - Pages 19 through 34 Summary & Analysis

Scott Carrier
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Pages 19 through 34 Summary and Analysis

In the summer of 1984, Scott and his brother went to Wyoming to fulfill their dream of running down an antelope. They had no delusions that they could run faster than a pronghorn - only cheetahs were faster - but his brother's theory was that man could run farther and longer in the heat of day. His brother predicted that the antelope could only last about two hours and then it would collapse. They drove off a dirt road and immediately spotted antelopes everywhere. They start out by running after a buck and two does. The antelope were fast but stopped for rests, their endurance seemed to be just as his brother predicted.

A few times, Scott got close and the antelopes would stare him down. But they'd take off like lightening and Scott would be after them again. There...

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