Every Man for Himself - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Morgan awakes very early on the third morning at sea, Friday, April 12th, recalling the fragments of a dark, frightening dream, which ends with him turning into the infant he had been carrying. A stranger raged at him as a train rattled across an overhead bridge. He had been scratching in the dust on hands and knees. In real time, Morgan is perplexed to find dirt under his fingernails. The steward reveals that several passengers have had nightmares, but she dismisses this as natural for travelers getting used to life at sea.

Morgan dresses, swiftly attends to the plumbing problem and then joins Scurra and Rosenfelder for breakfast. He is concerned not to be late for his ten o'clock rendezvous with Andrews. His companions are planning to have Adele sing in the Palm Court that evening, wearing the dress Rosenfelder hopes to sell...

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