Spartina - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

John Casey (novelist)
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Chapter 25 Summary

Dick begins to think about the lobster pots that have gone unattended, and he knows there can be a loss of the fish and a loss of equipment if he doesn't get back out to empty them. When he calls for Keith, he can't be found, so he decides to go to the Neptune, but on the way he turns off at Elsie's. During their conversation she tells Dick that she thinks she could get her brother-in-law, Jack, to invest in his boat. When she says that Jack will do anything for her, Dicks gets upset and tight. Elsie suggests they go to the Neptune, but Dick laughs at that and says it is a fisherman's bar.

To get Dick out of his foul mood, she suggests they get the blue canoe from the Wedding Cake. As they ride it into the darkness...

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