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The Nick Adams Stories Chapter Summary & Analysis - On His Own: The Last Good Country Summary

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On His Own: The Last Good Country Summary

Nick is in the woods trying to catch trout in a stream and his younger sister, Littless, with whom he has a special relationship, is trying to convince him to come back home for dinner. However, there are apparently two wardens at the house who are looking to take Nick away and send him to boarding school—for what, it is not clear—and so he has resolved to run away. Littless begs to come with him and, after some hesitation, he finally allows her to come along, at least for a time. They plan out their escape and hear a horse and buggy carrying the two men driving down the road. Nick and his sister successfully hide from them and, when they are gone, Nick says that he wants to kill them...

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