The Big Sky - Chapters 5-8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5-8 Summary

Boone continues his journey in Indiana. He meets many wagons that are heading West, but they are too full to offer him a ride. He shot a rabbit and made a campsite along the road when a man on horseback appears and introduces himself as Jonathan Bedwell. He eats and spends the night at Boone's campsite. When Boone awakens in the morning, he finds that Bedwell and Boone's rifle are gone.

In Chapter Six, Boone looks around for Bedwell. Boone is sick from the alcohol he drank. As he walks, he thinks about his mother and returning home, but he knows he is in trouble with the law now. He is trying to follow Bedwell's trail to retrieve his rifle, but he had trouble following the trail. He steals a hen and finds a cave in which to spend the night...

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