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

Eliot Wigginton
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"Hunting Tales" Summary

This article presents a number of hunting stories told by local residents. First, Nate Chastain and Bob Carpenter tell of near-miss hunting incidents. In one story, Nate chases an animal throughout the mountains all night one evening, only to lose the creature when the dogs lost the scent. Bob tells of his experience chasing a raccoon from one tree to the next, as his dogs treed the animal. The raccoon would jump from the tree just as Bob arrives to shoot it, and in the end, Bob misses the raccoon. Next, Andy Webb recalls a story of a time when he and his father went hunting for turkey. In the story, Andy hears a turkey and tells his father, who has never killed a turkey before, to hide while Andy himself chases the turkey toward his father.

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