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Call It Courage Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2 The Sea Summary

Armstrong Sperry
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Chapter 2 The Sea Summary

The morning comes, and Mafatu is alone at sea, except for Uri and Kivi. Hikueru is no longer in sight. Suddenly, Kivi flies away, leaving behind his friends. The isolation is all encompassing, as "The canoe was the moving center of a limitless circle of sea." Mafatu begins to think of his father, Tavana Nui, and wonders if he would be upset, once he realizes his son is missing. Would he believe that Moana the Sea God had taken him?

Mafatu drinks from one of the green drinking nuts he had brought with him, and gives the flesh of the nut to Uri. The wind begins to pick up and the current gets quicker. Then, just as suddenly, the wind dies down and the sea is still again. Mafatu is relieved, and he begins to search the sky for signs of Kivi. He...

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