Into the Heart of Borneo - Chapter Fifteen, Chapter Sixteen and Chapter Seventeen Summary & Analysis

Redmond O'Hanlon
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Chapter Fifteen, Chapter Sixteen and Chapter Seventeen Summary and Analysis

Chapter fifteen shows O'Hanlon waking up early in the morning; it is raining, and the Iban encourage him to quickly cross the river with them. On the other side, they find their way back to base camp. In the morning, the rain eases. They store their things in the camp dugout and then get in the boat and push off into the river. They move quickly downstream. The boat seems unstable.

After a while, they enter the Kenyah lands and the river became more manageable. They start to see people again. The sick old woman is now too sick to move. They pass by the Kenyah and have a violent descent into the Baleh. The Iban are energized and struggle to keep the boat from capsizing. Eventually they reach...

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