Annapurna - Chapter XIV The Crevasse Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XIV The Crevasse Summary and Analysis

Rebuffat and Terray are overjoyed to see Herzog, but are also concerned about Lachenal, who is not with him. Herzog is so excited to see his fellow climbers and report the success of their expedition that he is unaware of the damage the cold has done to his hands and feet.

They suddenly hear Lachenal crying for help. He has slipped and slid farther down the slope beyond the camp. Terray goes out into the worsening weather and brings him in. Terry and Rebuffat each attend to Herzog and Lachenal, massaging their frozen feet and hands. They spend a stormy night at Camp V.

The next morning they set out in blowing snow toward Camp IV. They are roped together. Lachenal and Herzog have trouble walking because their feet are frozen and swollen.

They lose...

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