The Revenant - Chapters 16-22 Summary & Analysis

Michael Punke
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Chapter Sixteen marks the beginning of Part Two of The Revenant. It is now November 29, 1823, and the voyagers are paddling through the water. Glass's job on the canoe is to be constantly shoveling water out of the boat, since a leak causes a pool of water at the bottom of the canoe. Then men fall into a routine with each other rather quickly. They wake up and have breakfast before dawn, and are back on the water as soon as it is light enough to see. At noon, they stopped to eat jerky and dried apples, and eat again at dinner time. Glass is in charge of killing an animal in the evening for the men to eat. The men smoke tobacco in their pipes several times a day. Each of the men, besides Charbonneau, are the most optimistic bunch of people Glass...

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