Woods Runner - Epliogue and Afterword Summary & Analysis

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Epliogue and Afterword Summary

In an epilogue, the author describes the lives of Samuel's family after reaching Philadelphia. His parents do not wish to return to the frontier and they take a house in Philadelphia where they start a school for orphaned children. After three years Samuel is sixteen and he feels the need to return to the war to pay back the people who had helped him rescue his family. He goes north to Boston and joins Morgan's Rifles with Coop and the other men who saved him. He does not fight, but supports the men by hunting for food and working in camp. After Coop dies of dysentery, he decides to leave the fighting and return home, Before he returns, however, he goes back to the clearing where he had first found his captive parents and thinks over the previous years...

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