The Monkey Wrench Gang - Study Guide Hayduke's Night March and Hayduke and Smith at Play Summary & Analysis

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Chapter seven finds Hayduke awakening the next morning alone. He finds himself thinking of Abbzug, and becomes aroused, despite his desire not to. He has stayed the night near the construction site to watch the results of the evening's destruction, against the advice and wishes of the other three. He has enough water and food to walk back to an agreed upon location to meet them. He eats breakfast, covers his tracks, and then watches as the workers arrive at the site. He watches as they realize their machinery is broken, and watches others start their machines without knowing they will soon be destroyed. Satisfied, Hayduke begins to walk in the other direction, pulling up surveyor stakes as he goes. To his knowledge, he is not followed. He travels, stopping only...

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