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Sacred Hunger Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1, Part 5, Chapters 25-31 Summary

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Book 1, Part 5, Chapters 25-31 Summary

In Book 1, Part 5, Chapter 25, Adams leaves and Erasmus becomes a regular visitor to the Wolpert house. Wolpert notices the oppressive effect Erasmus has on Sarah, but she continues to want to see him. Erasmus believes he and Liverpool will prosper from the coal industry, as well as man-made canals. Erasmus envisions a well-off life with Sarah, although the present does pose some problems for him. He plans on eradicating Sarah's strong-willed personality from her once they are married. The chapter ends with a return to the discussion of Liverpool's financial future in coal and canals and the end of summer.

In Book 1, Part 5, Chapter 26, Paris writes in his journal about his experiences aboard the ship, including complications involved with trading and the behaviors of various men aboard the Liverpool Merchant. A barricado made of spikes with cannons pointing in towards the...

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