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The Sea-Wolf Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 36 Summary

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Chapter 36 Summary

Hump and Brewster spend several days beachcombing for the spars and masts. Though they experience several hardships, they are eventually successful in salvaging the timbers and cordage. On the final excursion, they reach shore only after a night at sea, and Hump is too exhausted to even carry the collapsed Brewster. Instead, he drags her to her bed. Hump spends the next day kedging Ghost into deeper water, where she will float throughout the tide cycle. He then rebuilds the shears and begins to hoist aboard a mast. In the night, he awakens to find Larsen attempting sabotage. Hump threatens Larsen with a revolver, and Larsen abandons his attempt. The next day, Larsen staggers on deck and totters about for a moment before collapsing. Hump and Brewster run to his assistance only to discover it is a charade. Larsen pinions Hump and begins to throttle him. Brewster...

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