The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: A Novel - Flight Summary & Analysis

David Wroblewski
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Flight Summary

Edgar sleeps in the woods with the dogs, realizing that he is a murderer. He and the dogs continue on through the woods the next day, and come across an old road. Glen Papineau drives up, and Edgar and the dogs hide until he passes by, and then they continue on.

Edgar begins wondering about food the second day, and they come across an old, abandoned cabin near a lake where they will stay for the night. Further up the lake, Edgar begins stealing food from different cabins in order to survive and feed the dogs. While in one cabin, he finds a newspaper and a flier that talk about his running away. He and the dogs head to a clearing in the woods and eat some food.

Flight Analysis

Edgar, like Hamlet, is now wanted, and has been forced to leave. Edgar...

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