Cod: A Biography of the Fish That Changed the World - Part III - The Last Hunters Summary & Analysis

Mark Kurlansky
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Part III - The Last Hunters Summary and Analysis

Part III - The Last Hunters, is sub-divided into four named and enumerated chapters: 11 - Requiem for the Grand Banks, 12 - The Dangerous Waters of Nature's Resilience, 13 - Bracing for the Spanish Armada, and 14 - Bracing for the Canadian Armada. At forty-two pages, it is the shortest part of the book. Part III is followed by a section titled A Cook's Tale: Six Centuries of Cod Recipes. This segment, about the same length as Part III, contains various recipes gathered from the past several hundred years. The text ends with a bibliography, acknowledgments, and a useful index. Part III is largely concerned with the gradual implementation of quotas and moratoria in an attempt to stem the tide of fishery collapse, as well as the severe economic hardship such quotas cause in...

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