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In this chapter he is ready to build his canoe. He has kept his fire going overnight in a cave. He cooks his breakfast in the fire and then starts to look for wood for his canoe.
In chapter 4 (DRUMS), Mafatu begins the construction and rebuilding of his canoe and also makes sure that his fire didn't go out in the night as he is spending his time at night sleeping in the cave and it would be too scary if there is no light to protect him against the darkness. Later on, he uses the fire to cook his own food and went to the forest to collect more timber and wood to keep the fire burning.
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