The Sea-Wolf - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

Many frigid days pass in fog and storm as the boat is driven before the weather. Hump and Brewster remain cold, sleep-deprived and haggard. Hump continues to idealize Brewster and dwells on his unexpressed feelings of love. After many days, Hump is surprised to see a large craggy prominence looming ahead. For a few minutes, it appears as if the boat will be run ashore on rocks and cliffs, a dangerous and probably fatal circumstance. Fortunately, the boat clears the prominence and is eventually beached on a sandy shore in a sheltered location. Hump and Brewster go ashore on what appears to be a seal rookery in what Hump judges to be the Bering Sea.

Chapter 28 Analysis

Hump and Brewster are driven west for a considerable distance and eventually come ashore, quite by chance, on what appears to be a tiny island in the Bering Sea, probably...

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