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  • Exposition
  • "I will never get out of this place"
  • Conflict
  • "This is too hot for now..."
  • Rising Action
  • In the Hatchet Brian Robson was stranded in the Canadian wilderness and rescued after spending two months alone. At the end of the book he's saved by a rescue plane. But what if he wasn't saved? Brian's Winter is just about that.
  • Climax
  • Brian realizes that he is not ready for winter he needs food and to get clothes for the winter so he gathers the rabbit hides and turns them into a coat.
  • Falling Action
  • Winter has come and Brian needs food, so he makes a stronger bow than his original. He calls it his "war bow." When he tries it out the arrow goes almost a mile!
  • Resolution
  • Brian goes out into the woods to hunt when he finds giant deer-like hoof prints. He immediately realized they were moose tracks. He followed them for a mile until he found the moose. He tried shooting it at first but missed the heart. Eventualy he kills it and takes it back to camp in pieces.
  • When Brian got back to camp he realizes that Thanksgiving has past by at least a week. He decides to make a Thanksgiving dinner out of the new moose meat and wants to add more flavor. So he finds berries to turn them into sauce. He thinks of all the things he needs to give thanks for, but realizes the thing that he is most thankful for is his hatchet.
  • One day Brian finds toboggan tracks. He follows them and finds a family of Native Americans camping. He explains to them about the plane crash and how he has been living alone. The next time their supply helicopter comes, Brian rides the helicopter back.
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