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

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Pirates Summary

Ten days into the woods, Edgar teaches his dogs new routines and they continue on. The move west through the Chequamegon forest, going from lake to lake. At Lake Scotia, Edgar and the dogs are forced to go far into the woods and away from the cabins because it is the Fourth of July weekend. Nevertheless, two young girls come across Edgar and the dogs in the woods before they can get away without being seen.

Edgar, Baboo, Tinder, and Essay continue pushing on into the woods. Out of desperation, the dogs catch and eat a garter snake raw.

Pirates Analysis

Edgar and his dogs continue traveling around aimlessly it seems. Like Hamlet, they are without a home through causes that are and are not their own doing. Edgar is a fugitive in many respects, both from his uncle, and from Doctor Papineau's...

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