Tunnel in the Sky - Chapter 6, 'I Think He's Dead' and Chapter 7, 'I Should Have Baked a Cake' Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, 'I Think He's Dead' and Chapter 7, 'I Should Have Baked a Cake' Summary

In chapter 6, Rod wakes to the smell of freshly roasting meat. Rod is happy until he sees the knife Jack is using to cut the meat. The knife is Colonel Bowie, the knife that was stolen from Rod. Rod accuses Jack of stealing it, but Jack insists that the knife was on the body of a dead student in the bush. Rod relents, apologizing for the accusation and kindly allowing Jack to continue using the knife. After breakfast, Jack and Rod discuss what they might spend the day doing. They both agree that they should look for other surviving students. Rod insists, however, that they not allow girls on their team because it would lead to jealousy and fighting...

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