Outer Dark - Pages 157 through 183 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 157 through 183 Summary

Culla is waiting on the riverbank for a ferry ride across the river. The ferryman will not run his craft for a dime, which is all he charges for a person. Culla has to wait until someone with a horse wants to cross. He charges twenty-five cents for a horse and ten cents for a person. The ferryman tells Culla that the town across the river is Morgan, where he may find work. Finally, late at night, a man with a horse arrives at the ferry for a ride. Culla boards the ferry giving the ferryman his dime. The river has risen quite substantially. A cable breaks and the ferryman loses control of the barge as it thumps sideways against the current. Water pours over the rails as the horse, untethered, races back and forth, looking for a way out and finally plopping into the...

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