The Snow Child - Part 1: Chapters 5-7 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 5, Jack woke in the cold. As he was putting on his boots for more wood for the fire he thought he saw a figure, wearing a skirt, running through the woods. He believed he just hadn’t had enough sleep. Outside he noticed the snow girl he and Mabel had made had been knocked down. The scarf and mittens were gone. He thought it might have been an animal that did the damage but he saw footsteps that looked like they might have belonged to a child going away from the snowman. The next morning Jack looked again at the tracks. There was a dead horseshoe hare next to the door that he threw into the woods. Back in the house, Mabel asked Jack if he’d seen the tracks. She was talking about animal tracks, she hadn’t yet...

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