Tracks - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary and Analysis

Robyn's friends move out of Basso's Farm, and let her stay there until it is sold. She finds that she absolutely loves living alone, and as the days go by, she becomes more and more of a recluse, often hiding when people come to visit. Sometimes men from town or Aborigine men camping nearby show up in the middle of the night, hoping for drunken sex, but they are greeted at the door by a shotgun barrel protruding from the doorway. They do not know that she never loads the gun. The only person whose company Robyn does not mind is Ada Baxter, an Aborigine woman who lives in a shack on Basso's Farm.

The time comes for Robyn to choose her two camels from Sallay's herd. She chooses Kate, an old, fat pack camel, and a young wild camel named...

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