The Bears on Hemlock Mountain - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Alice Dalgliesh
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Summary

Now John has found that the snow has already begun to melt on the other side of the mountain. The snow causes him to sink down, which slows his fast pace. Once he arrives at his aunt’s house he is greeted by her and she seems worried that he came across the mountain by himself. She gives him cookies and milk and thoroughly exhausted he lays down to rest. Time slips by all the while.

Analysis

The melting snow has only made John become more stressed about the bears waking up, but he cannot go faster because the snow slows him down. Once he gets to his aunt’s house she is worried and nervous for him to have come there. This immediate worry is a sign of the fact she knows there could have been danger on the mountain. This shows the...

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