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Oscar and Lucinda Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 101 - 111 Summary

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Chapters 101 - 111 Summary

Chapter 101: By the time Oscar arrives at the Bellinger River, which leads to Boat Harbour, his eyes are no longer limpid or holy. They are full of anger. Jeffris takes a pot shot at their retreating backs as the Narcoo guides slip away. Oscar sits with Smith on the boat. After the massacre of the Kumbaingiri, Oscar administers his own laudanum. He carries it in a bottle in his jacket pocket. Smith spends his time sharpening an axe. Jeffris has changed too. He has become nicer with their impending victorious arrival. He has created an excellent journal with drawings, maps and descriptions of the fire fights. Jeffris's attempts to be nice make Oscar want to kill him. Jeffris declares a celebration. They will drink and send a message to Lucinda that they've reached the Bellinger and civilization. Oscar and Smith join the men in the...

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