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Iceberg Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19 Summary

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Chapter 19 Summary

The old plane Pitt saw in the hangar is now put into service and lands near Andursson's home. Captain Ben Hull is the pilot, and as Pitt boards the plane, Hull tells him they brought along his requested supplies: cigars and vodka. Pitt is pleased to see the mechanic Sam Cashman is on the plane as well. The plane lands near the ravine and Hull's men work rapidly to load the survivors onto the large aircraft. Pitt is saddened to learn that Sam Kelly did not live to be rescued.

Chapter 19 Analysis

An obscure reference to an old plane in Chapter Twelve is now engaged to enable Pitt to provide a rescue plan for the ravine survivors that even the country's top search and rescue officials had not envisioned. The contrast of an ancient plane beating the plans of a madman's computers is enjoyed by Pitt immensely...

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