Small as an Elephant - Chapters 16 – 20 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Richard Jacobson
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Chapter 16 – Riding the bike, Jack passes through the town of Ellsworth and continues on. He rides for hours, stopping at a gas station at an intersection to use the bathroom. Jack, coming out of the bathroom, nearly bumps into a sunburned man. Jack then continues on, coming to rest by the Orland River, where he goes swimming. He then moves on, heading through Bucksport and going over several impressive bridges. As he rides, he begins to feel the effect of sunburn. He comes upon Fort Knox, a state historic site, where he wanders through the underground tunnels and bunkers. There, he is frightened by an unknown man, and Jack rushes away. He discovers his bike, sleeping bag, clothes, and flashlight are all gone. He now only has his water bottle, the clothes he is wearing, and the plastic elephant.

Chapter 17 – Outside the fort, Jack...

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