Tisha: The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaska Wilderness - Chapter 11-12 Summary & Analysis

Bobby Specht
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Chapter 11-12 Summary and Analysis

When Fred returned from trapping, he went to see Anne. They set the date for their snow picnic. On Saturday, they will go to West Fork, which is two hours away. Before then Mrs. Purdy came to talk to her saying she does not understand what Anne sees in Fred. People are talking, and Mrs. Purdy asks Anne to stay away from Fred. Mr. Strong has been to see her and Mrs. Purdy asks Anne not to come to her house again.

Fred appeared on Saturday for their snow picnic. They travel in a dog-drawn sled with Anne controlling the reins part of the time. The couple arrives at West Fork and selects their picnic spot. They talk about their relationship and how upset his mother is. They spend the days at West Fork and then head back to...

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