The Sea-Wolf - Study Guide Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Larsen's ire is raised, and he takes out his frustration after dinner on the unfortunate Mugridge by ordering him towed. Mugridge makes a heroic flight around the ship, colliding with one sailor hard enough that he breaks the sailor's leg. He is eventually caught, trussed and flung overboard, where he is dragged along by a line. Brewster comes on deck in time to witness the spectacle and is clearly alarmed for the sputtering Mugridge's life. Then, the crew spots a shark. Mugridge is quickly pulled aboard but not before the shark strikes off his foot. Once on the deck, the stricken Mugridge lashes out at Larsen and sinks his teeth into Larsen's leg. The huge man simply opens his jaws and steps away. Mugridge is taken below while the sailors fish for the shark. Once it is captured, they draw the shark aboard and wedge its mouth...

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