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Jurassic Park Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26 Summary

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Chapter 26 Summary

In the control room, Hammond, Dr. Wu and Arnold are convinced of the infallibility of the park and angry at Malcolm, whose criticisms they can hear over the radio. On the tour, Tim is convinced he sees a raptor in a zone that should not contain one, but his sighting is quickly dismissed as being a mistake. Back in the control room, the ship that had docked earlier requests to leave, so that the impending storm does not push the ship against the dock and damage it.

Chapter 26 Analysis

This chapter compares the blind ambition of those in the control room, with the critical expertise of those on the tour. While the ship's desire to leave may not seem important in this chapter, it will be important shortly.

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