Z for Zachariah - Chapters 3-5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-5 Summary

In Chapter 3, the man arrives in the valley. He parks his wagon in the front yard of Ann's house and goes inside, calling out for anyone. The man seems puzzled when he cannot find anyone. The next day, the man explores the rest of the valley and captures a chicken for dinner. The man uses some kind of instrument and takes readings of the area, including the pond. Later, the man takes a bath in Burden Creek. Ann worries that she should have warned him, but hopes that the creek is no longer poisoned.

In Chapter 4, Faro, a dog that once belonged to Ann's cousin, has come back into the valley. Ann is afraid the dog will lead the man to her, so she sends him away. The man takes the dog in and feeds it. This worries Ann because she knows eventually the dog...

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