The Sojourn - Section 11: pages 162-171 Summary & Analysis

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Jozef and Aishe see a horse in the woods and bring it back to the house. He is skeptical of taking a horse that isn't theirs, but she thinks it's fine. However, a few days later he comes back to the house to see it ransacked and Aishe beaten. When he asks her what happened she says, "the boy." He tends to her wounds and runs into the woods, a loaded rifle in hand. In the woods he happens a young boy leading their horse, age thirteen at most. He challenges Jozef on the ownership of the horse and says he beat Aishe in self-defense. The two young men have a standoff in the woods, the boy challenging Jozef to shoot him for the horse, but Jozef can't do it. The boy leaves with the horse and Jozef returns to Aishe in...

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