The Sea-Wolf - Study Guide Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Hump rails against himself when he realizes that he has forgotten to bring matches. He spends a few hours trying to build a tent for Brewster, but he is unsuccessful. She finally spends the night in the beached boat. The next day, Hump starts a fire by using a shotgun shell, and the characters enjoy hot food. They then sail around the tiny island in search of a non-existent outpost. They discover it to be a mostly barren and rocky seal rookery, about twenty-five miles in circumference and containing perhaps a quarter million seals. They return to their original landing site, which is free of seals, and spend a somewhat dejected evening. Hump continues to idealize Brewster and feels empowered by her feminine presence. They determine to refer to the islet as Endeavor Island.

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The island is desolate and forbidding, but at least an amply...

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