The Bears on Hemlock Mountain - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Alice Dalgliesh
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Summary

Johnathan looks up to his Uncle James, who is older by a few years. James is very cunning, attentive, and notices animals very quickly. John is very fond of these qualities. One day James leads John to the stream to see raccoons washing themselves. They sit and talk for a while and John asks James if he has seen a bear. James states he has but it was a long time ago. John wants nothing more than to see a bear.

Analysis

In this chapter the reader is introduced to John’s best friend and uncle, James. James is fourteen and just a little older than John. Johnathan looks up to James and loves to go watch animals with him. James is what John wants to be, especially because James is observant of animals and John loves animals. John eventually asks about bears and...

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