The Tracker - Invisible Walking and True Lostness Summary & Analysis

Tom Brown (naturalist)
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Invisible Walking and True Lostness Summary

Invisible Walking

At the end of their week-long solo camp, neither boy rushes back to Grandfather Stalking Wolf, wanting to seem unafraid. Brown has enjoyed his week in Hell. He knows that he will never again be consumed by terror. However, part of staying the week in Hell was to have been on a vision quest, and Brown hasn't yet had a vision.

While he and Rick search for Stalking Wolf, Brown finds that perfect, life-altering scene: a moment in a cedar swamp, where the light shines through an icy waterfall onto a baby fawn. It makes Brown cry with its beauty. The boys track Stalking Wolf, who finally joins them, and tells the boys they have transformed from boys to men. He then teaches them invisible walking, where you can erase your footprints as...

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