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Reef Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part II Cook's Joy Summary

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Part II Cook's Joy Summary

During a time of revolution around the world, Triton learned to be a good housekeeper. He also educated himself by reading the schoolbooks of the neighbor's son, Ravi. Lucy-amma retired, and Triton grew up. Mister Salgado, in the meantime, was lobbied by his closest friend Mr. Dias Liyanage to take a job with a foundation interested in the coral business. Mister Salgado looked at the large file Dias had brought and pointed out that the Fisheries department had done surveys since the 1880s but didn't understand what was happening. They knew how fast the coral grew, he saw, but had no idea how fast it was disappearing. He told Dias that he was reluctant to work for the government, though, because if the project made news, corrupt politicians would want a piece of it, and he would have to play the...

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