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The Sea-Wolf Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 32 Summary

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Chapter 32 Summary

Hump wakes in the morning with a heavy sense of foreboding. When he exits his hut, he is startled to see a somewhat wrecked Ghost beached upon the shore. Hump apparently blacks out for a moment, and when he comes to, he notes that Ghost is eerily silent, perhaps abandoned. He briefly considers quickly killing the sleeping Brewster but then determines that a more rational course of action would be to kill Wolf Larsen. Hump obtains a shotgun and boards the craft. He finds it abandoned and concludes that the craft was hastily vacated. He then begins to gather supplies and equipment but comes to an abrupt halt as he sees Wolf Larsen emerge from the companionway.

Larsen is uncharacteristically subdued and makes no move toward Hump. Hump cocks and points the shotgun but is unable to execute Larsen. A somewhat lengthy conversation ensues wherein Larsen behaves...

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