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Transcript of Hatchet
uninterrupted in time and long continuing
undamaged in any way
treat or prepare so as to put in a FINE condition
normal or soundness of mind
the first light of day
a piece of hard material with two principal faces meeting in a sharply acute angle.
a building for the lodging
prevent the progress for accomplishment
wearing torn clothing
unthinking; prompted by instinct VOCABULARY SUMMARY BEST PICK My favorite part of HATCHET chapters 15-19 is in chapter 19. When the pilot arrives to the spot where Brian has his shelter. Then, Brian doesn't know what is going on and simply says, "My name is Brian Robeson.” “Would you like something to eat?"
I chose this as my best pick because I think its a humorous part of chapters 15-19. I think its humorous because Brian isn't really paying attention to the pilot but to his food. Another part I think is funny from this event, is that when Brian is finally gonna have the materials to actually survive he gets rescued. GALLERY W HATCHET By- Gary Paulsen Created By- Erica Navarro A K L This is the fish that Brian catches and makes his first feast in the wilderness. These are the gut cherries which Brian found and had as his first food, out in the Canadian Wilderness. This is the plane in which Brian and the pilot were on, until it crashed into the lake. Brian comes upon this bear in which instead of run away in fear. He stands there frozen. This is the campfire in which Brian cooks his meals. This is the "fool bird" that Brian catches and considers his first meat in the wilderness. THE END. This is the moose that attacked Brian. This is the skunk who ate the eggs Brian hid in the sand, and sprayed Brian on his face. This is the first actual meal that Brian had in the wilderness, which contains orange juice, beef and potato dinner, and for desert peach whip. This is the survival pack that Brian got from the plane. , 11.SURGE-
rise or move forward
a substance that destroys micro-organisms that carry disease without harming body tissues
to come out, or to appear
to send a signal from destination
to disagree, not totally
inactive but capable of activating
size-able, large "It was a strange feeling, holding the rifle. It somehow removed him from everything around him . . . he was not sure he liked the change very much.” (Pg.186)
Brian observes how close he has come to the wilderness, he once feared. "So much of this was patience - waiting and thinking and doing things right.” (Pg.145)
These words reflect Brian’s understanding that life does not go right without patience and time.