The Sea-Wolf - Study Guide Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31 Summary

Brewster tries oil from the dead seals and uses it to maintain a fire to jerk the seal meat while Hump constructs a second room on the hut. The two rooms are adjoining but share no common portal. Eventually, the second room is completed and roofed, and Brewster provides Hump a mass of dried moss to use as a mattress. One evening, Brewster predicts that something is going to happen - that something is going to arrive. Then Hump snuggles down into his moss mattress and sleeps under cover for the first time in many, many weeks.

Chapter 31 Analysis

For the first time since deserting Ghost, Hump sleeps inside of an adequate enclosure, while Brewster has enjoyed the protection from the elements for several days. Hump feels that their stores are adequate and their housing suitable to successfully survive the coming winter, should that be necessary. Of...

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