The Revenant - Chapters 6-10 Summary & Analysis

Michael Punke
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During Chapter Six, Bridger takes small and helpful measures to take care of Glass. He puts water up to his mouth, and Glass begins to drink. He puts pine gum on Glass's wounds in an effort to heal them and he applies poultice to his throat. Bridger's childhood and upbringing is described. As a child, Bridger traveled with his family on a great adventure and lived near St. Louis. When he was 13, his mother, father and older brother all died of fever within a month of each other. His little sister survived, but Bridger was left to deal with the financial repercussions. Bridger always dreamt of venturing to the frontier. Back on the campsite, Fitzgerald takes Glass's Anstadt and hands Glass's knife to Bridger. Bridger is horrified to discover what Fitzgerald's plans are: to steal Glass's only means of protection and abandon him...

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