My Family and Other Animals - Part I: Chapter 5, A Treasure of Spiders Summary & Analysis

Gerald Durrell
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Part I: Chapter 5, A Treasure of Spiders Summary and Analysis

Gerald and Roger set out in the morning on a quest to climb the hills by sunset. By midday, Gerald and Roger are hot and tired. They come upon a small clear bay with a strip of white sand beach and Gerald decides to cool off. Soon enough, Gerald is hungry and leaves the beach with Roger in search of food. Gerald pauses and contemplates whom he should visit as it is siesta time and some may not be available. Gerald decides on Yani, who may be sleeping, but if he wakes will happily invite Gerald for lunch. Gerald devises a ploy to awaken Yani and fails, but a cat on the porch provides a plan B when Roger chases it up a tree.

Yani shows Gerald a scorpion...

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