Dagon and Other Macabre Tales - Study Guide Dagon Summary & Analysis

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Dagon begins with a sailor recounting his experience of being cast adrift in a lifeboat after a German Submarine sank his ship in the pacific. His ship was attacked and sunk by the Germans and he, along with the rest of the surviving crew, was taken as prisoners. Eventually, the sailor was able to escape in a lifeboat. For several days he drifted in the vast ocean, exposed to the hot sun and thirsty for water. One day, after a troubled sleep of fantastical dreams, he awoke to find himself surrounded by dark ooze and what looked like land. Apparently, part of a previously submerged mountain arose from the depths during the night. After three days of sheltering himself on his stranded boat, the sailor decides to explore the newly exposed land around him. After wandering around in the harsh light of day, the sailor decides that...

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