The Bears on Hemlock Mountain Quotes

Alice Dalgliesh
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Now Hemlock Mountain was not a mountain at all, it was a hill, and not a very big one. But someone had started calling it Hemlock Mountain, and the name had stuck. Now everyone talked about 'going over Hemlock Mountain.
-- Author (Chapter 1 paragraph page 2)

Importance: This is important because it shows how word of mouth can alter things and lead to misconceptions.

The small creatures could not find enough to eat, but it was not so with Jonathan’s aunts and uncles and cousins.
-- Narrator/ Author (Chapter 1 paragraph page 3)

Importance: This quote shows that John and his family were never starving for food and that they could live off the land well.

Young Uncle James had eyes that saw and ears that heard.
-- Narrator (Chapter 2 paragraph page 5)

Importance: This is referring to how sensitive James' sense of sight and sound was. He could detect even the tiniest of movements, and this would be a valuable thing to have when living in the wilderness area in...

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