The Stranger in the Woods - Chapters 1 - 5 Summary & Analysis

Michael Finkel
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In Chapter 1, Pages 3 through 6, Christopher Knight leaves his campsite in the woods to rob one of the nearby cabins for food. Knight waits till midnight, then navigates the boulders, branches, and snow without making a sound or leaving a trace. It’s nearing the end of winter at Little North Pond in central Maine and Knight’s hunger is critical. He knows the season intimately, and his watch helps him track the time so he can return before daybreak. He no longer knows the year or decade. He had planned to traverse the frozen pond to his destination, but the temperature warmed enough during the day to make the trek dangerous. Instead, he opts for the long way through the woods which he’s memorized after years of travel. His destination this evening is Pine Tree Camp, a summer camp for disabled children...

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