Water for Elephants - Study Guide Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Jacob has a bad concussion when he wakes in his room later that night. Walter is caring for him, deeply concerned by the injury. Jacob's only concern is Marlena, but neither Walter nor Camel know what happened to her. Jacob wants to go to Marlena, but Walter convinces him that the best thing to do now is to lay low until they reach Providence and are able to hand Camel over to his son. Jacob agrees. However, after everyone has gone to sleep, Jacob takes Walter's knife and sneaks out of the stable car. Jacob makes his way silently through the train to August's stateroom. Jacob finds August asleep and alone. Jacob wants to kill him but cannot bring himself to do so. Jacob leaves the knife on August's pillow and sneaks back out.

When Jacob returns to the stable car, he finds it empty. Jacob is...

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