The Troop - Part 2, Chapter 21 – Part 2, Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 – The boys rush to gather supplies and enter the cellar. Ephraim refuses Kent entry, punching him to keep him away and busting his own fists in the process. The boys all acknowledge that Kent has reaped what he has sown. Max and Kent, however, want to find some place safe for Kent. Kent will not go into the cabin, so they bring him to the woodpile which offers some respite from the wind. Kent begins eating the bugs crawling around him and on him.

Chapter 22 – Ephraim waits in the cellar with Shelley. Shelley tells Ephraim was right to refuse Kent entry, that Kent brought it on himself. He then jumps up, saying he saw something moving under Ephraim’s fingernails. He then says he was mistaken. Max and Newt arrive a moment later, just as a massive tree is knocked...

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