The Revenant - Chapters 11-15 Summary & Analysis

Michael Punke
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During Chapter Eleven, Fitzgerald and Bridger are walking alone along the river, discussing directions. Fitzgerald tells Bridger that they did everything they could for Glass, and threatens that he will cut Bridger up if he rats them out to anybody.

In Chapter Twelve, Bridger has a dream that he is being attacked and stabbed with a knife. In the beginning, he can't make out the face, but before he wakes he realizes that the burning eyes staring at him are that of Glass.

In Chapter Thirteen, Glass comes across a lodge in a village where he finds an old woman and her dog. The woman is completely blind and wailing in a language Glass cannot understand. Glass cooks her dinner of corn, broth, and the meat of a stray dog he finds by the creek. The woman is fearful and chanting what Glass...

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