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The Foxfire Book Chapter Summary & Analysis - "Hunting" Summary

Eliot Wigginton
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"Hunting" Summary

Mrs. Algie Norton first tells a story of her grandparent's experience with a panther. In the story her grandmother, grandfather's sister, and two small children are home alone when they hear a panther near the home, and close the house to prevent it from entering. The panther leaps onto the roof of the cabin, and the women light a fire to keep the panther at bay and to keep it from entering the chimney. Eventually, the panther leaves. Next, Bill Lamb and Buck Carver discuss Bill's fear of wild animals at night. Bill tells a story in which his chickens are being attacked by a possum. He runs to the porch to call for his dog, only to find himself unable to whistle, due to fear. Calvin Talley next tells a story of his father's experience with a panther. His father is walking...

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