The Revenant - Chapters 23-28 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter Twenty-three, Glass heads off on a messenger mission to St. Louis along with Chapman, Pig and his friend Red. They are in charge of carrying a message from the captain to William H. Ashley. On the first night, they camp at a ravine where Pig is in charge of keeping the late night watch. Two Shoshone boys, Little Bear and Rabbit (12 years of age), come into their campsite and untie their horses. They are about to ride off with them, when Pig wakes up and tells them to stop. Little Bear buries his knife into Pig's chest, killing him.

In Chapter Twenty-four, the men build Pig a grave. They struggle to carry him and drop him twice trying to take him to the burial. Glass finds a trinket on Pig and he wonders what the significance of the item is. Glass...

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