The Tracker - The Dog Tree and Omen Summary & Analysis

Tom Brown (naturalist)
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The Dog Tree and Omen Summary

The Dog Tree

Rick is away for Easter vacation. Brown discovers a tree later known as the Dog Tree. Brown notes that in hindsight he should have seen something was wrong. As Brown is out alone, he makes plans to trap a bass in the river, enjoying all the nature he sees around him. However, he does not notice that dogs are coming up on him. The dogs chase him to a big tree, which he climbs to safety. The dogs do not leave. Although Brown is trapped, he takes the opportunity to examine all that is around him, including ants climbing on the bark, always staying in line. The ants never diverge from their line. Brown thinks that many people are depressingly the same way, then realizes he's the same too, in following established...

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