Annapurna - Chapter XVII In the Woods of Lete Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XVII In the Woods of Lete Summary and Analysis

As the chapter opens, the expedition is listening to a special weather report being broadcast fort them, informing them that the monsoon rains are moving their direction and should be arriving soon. The team makes its way through the rain to the woods of Lete that give the chapter its title. Here they plan to wait for the equipment that remained in Tukucha to be brought to them before the final trek out. Herzog is in constant pain and must be carried on the back of a porter. The way is often treacherous, and he is sometimes consumed with fright as his carrier makes his way along high ledges or across raging rivers. He copes by trying to put himself into a semi-conscious state and ignoring the bumps and...

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