Sacred Hunger - Book 1, Part 2, Chapters 10-14 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Part 2, Chapters 10-14 Summary

In Book 1, Part 2, Chapter 10, Matthew spends his last night on shore at an inn on Water Street near the docks. He is physically ready for the voyage, but his mental readiness is uncertain. He is unsure as to what books he would like to take. These books, especially Harvey's "Treatise on the Movement of the Heart & Blood" remind him of his previous life, which seems to have changed so quickly in such a short period of time. He writes a letter to a friend named Charles, giving him the few possessions he will not need on the voyage. This letter reveals him to believe in evolution and explains the reason for his imprisonment. He regrets the choice he had made to express his belief in the evolution of creation and would gladly do anything to have his Ruth and their unborn...

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