Spartina - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

John Casey (novelist)
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Chapter 15 Summary

Their next trip out gets a respectable amount of crabs, and one decent swordfish on the way back. Parker lets the college kid, who is working for them, take over the helm while he and Dick have a beer. Parker asks unusual questions about how to get to and from Mary Scanlon's restaurant. Dick answers his questions, but it seems that Parker is more interested in how well he could get back using a remote route to the West. Dick answers, all the way to New York if you had a little canoe. Dick doesn't think much more about the conversation. He is too focused on a cosigner that Goode might have come up with.

When they get to Goode's dock, nothing is as it should be. Skippers are yelling, there is a good deal of confusion, and Captain Texeira is heading back...

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