Don't Stop the Carnival - Dingley Dell Summary & Analysis

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Dingley Dell Summary

Iris and Norman set out in a swift catamaran for Big Dog Island for their idyllic tryst on the secluded beach surrounded by lush vegetation called Dingley Dell. With good weather and a stiff breeze, their spirits soar as the craft skims merrily over the waves. However, when they come about, the boat becomes difficult to manage and Iris—the more experienced sailor—is unable to make much progress toward shore. When she tries to come about once more, the boom swings around and strikes her head. Swearing, she tells Norman they're returning to Amerigo and to the beach in front of her cabin, where they stop and unload their gear, weary, hungry and soaked in salt water. Amid a flurry of flirtatious gestures and words, the two decide to get cleaned up and go to dinner at Hogan's...

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