The Sign of the Beaver - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 2 Summary

The next day Matt gets over some of his fear of loneliness and begins to get into a routine of very hard work with a great deal of responsibility. The chores his father gave him are many, including fixing cracks in the cabin with mud, watering the corn and pumpkins, clearing more of the forest and cutting the logs into firewood. In addition, he will need to find much of his food in the woods and do all his own cooking and cleaning.

Even though Matt begins to enjoy his life alone, as no one is there to tell him what to do, when to do it or how to do it, he also realizes that it is very difficult to get everything done he has to do on a daily basis. He remembers happy times with his father, like the time they met an Indian and...

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