Herland - Chapter 4, "Our Venture" Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, "Our Venture" Summary

The men find themselves on a sloping rock ledge. Terry attempts the dangerous descent first. The others follow successfully then they all climb down a rock chimney and make their painful way to the ground below. Here they follow a stream to gain as much distance as possible from their prison. The men take nuts from a tree; Vandyck remarks on the innumerable pockets found in the clothing they wear, which allows them to carry as much food as they can find. At dawn they hide themselves, prepared to stay out of sight until nightfall. Terry allows himself a superior laugh as he considers their escape. Vandyck reminds him they are not free yet; they must find their biplane in order to leave.

They travel by night for a considerable distance, staying close to the cliff that...

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