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The Sign of the Beaver - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 11 Summary

One day, Matt finally has seven notches on his stick, meaning it is mid-August. His father should be returning soon with the rest of his family. When Attean arrives at the cabin, he is accompanied by a strange-looking dog. It is a sorry-looking old hound with coarse brown hair, a mangy tail and a pointed nose that is misshapen. It looks as if it has survived many battles, and when he sees Matt the hair on his back stands straight up and he lets out a mean growl. Attean says that the dog has no name except Aremus, the Indian name for dog. Attean says somewhat proudly that the dog will fight almost anything, and Matt thinks that by the look of the dog, he has lost many battles. While Attean calls the dog worthless, Matt can see that Attean is somewhat proud of him.

That day...

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