The Dog Stars - Book Two: Chapter IV: Pages 141 - 156 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two: Chapter IV: Pages 141 - 156 Summary

The next day, in the garden again, she tells Hig about her former life. She talks, describing her earlier life while her father works around them without saying a word. Hig hikes to the plane and retrieves his sleeping bag, sleeping regularly in the hammock under the stars. On the third day, he climbs the ladder and drags back a buck. He does the same the next day, and together they butcher and jerky the meat. Hig continues to help Cima, recognizing that even just snapping peas causes her pain, although she never complains. It simply is. The days pass in a blur. The days are warm and without rain. Daily the creek reduces, the falls become smaller. One day Cima's father brings him a cup of hot liquid concocted of roasted pine...

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