- Year Published: 1826.
- Pages: 336.
The Last of the Mohicans Summary of Chapters
The first chapter starts where there is a battle between the English and the French who are living in the North America. In the second chapter is where we have Alice, who is the younger sister to Heyward. She sees a “specter” of an Indian right beside her, and she gets frightened. Her sister comforts her by telling her that the India was once an enemy to the English though now he was working as a jogger for the Canadian army. The third chapter; a commanding tone gets in the scene and adjusts it into one which is about two miles to the west. In the fourth chapter, the travelers meet each other on the track and Hawkeye does not hesitate to ask who were they. The travelers start asking Hawkeye questions about how far they were from Fort William Henry. The fifth chapter is where Duncan is joining the chase for the first time, and he meets other three gents. All of them sees some of Magua’s blood on the leaves though Hawkeye releases that he was alive. Later before the end of the chapter, Magua disappears from their hands.
Chapter six; Those who are left behind by Magua as he escapes can notice that Mohicans have managed to hide in their undisclosed refuge, which was a cave in the waterfalls hidden by a blanket. In chapter seven, the party rushes out of the cave after Hawkeye trusting that they had heard the worries of the warning. In chapter eight, just prior dawn, the Iroquois fights with flicks and the helical Gamut. In chapter nine, we find that Coral, Alice, Heyward, and the wounded Gamut teamed-up together in the deepest corner of the cavern and waits for their capture. In chapter ten, despite the fact that Hurons had pledged to murder Heyward, they changed their mind are incarcerated him for interrogations. In chapter eleven, Heyward makes another attempt of altering Magua’s mind and get him to support them.
In chapter twelve there is a fight between Hurons and Hawkeye together with Mohicans. In Chapter Thirteen, the whole convoy moves to an abandoned blockhouse in which Hawkeye and Chingachgook can win the war after many years. In chapter fourteen, the party walks barefooted in a stream, so that are not easily traced. In chapter fifteen, they spent five days in the Fort William Henry, and Heyward realizes that they enemies, the French had retained Hawkeye. In chapter sixteen, Heyward tries to find Munro with the thoughts of the report that the English have to surrender to rescue Hawkeye. In chapter seventeen, very early in the morning, the English concludes that they were surrounded by the columns of the French worries. In the eighteenth chapter, there is a surprise attack where the besieged ramparts attack Hawkeye and her group. In the nineteenth chapter, they spent the whole night around the fire in the isolated destroyed fort. In the twentieth chapter, Hawkeye heads the rest, and they go to the north side of the lake.
In the twenty-first chapter, Uncas gets a track which the follows hoping to get the captives. In the twenty-second chapter, Hawkeye and Gamut decide of telling the women that they were going to be released. In chapter twenty-three, the Hurons can catch up with the Hawkeye and her group, and they rescue their captives from them. In chapter twenty-four; Heyward looks for Alice in all places, but she was not successful. In chapter twenty-five; the commander chases the women and asks Heyward to treat the sick ones. In chapter twenty-six; Hawkeye in the bear dresses gets back into the camp, where she gets Gamut. In chapter twenty-seven; the Huron soldiers attacks a person they think is Uncas, who they later discovered it was Gamut and not Uncas. In chapter twenty-eight; Magua comes in the Delaware camp before dawn. She looks like she has no weapon and peaceful. In chapter twenty-nine; not less than one thousand Delaware are pleased with the judgment made ancient and the Tamenund. In chapter thirty, Uncas comes before the Tamenund, and she is certain when they address him as a progeny of Delaware.
In chapter thirty-one, Uncas gazes for long when Magua and Coras pull her away. In chapter thirty-two, when the group was heading to the stream near the quiet beaver pond, they can hear gun firing, and an injured Delaware falls on the ground. In chapter thirty-three; it is early in the morning, and the Delawares are mourning the death of some of their members.