Spartina - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

When Dick finally gets to start up the engine and go out just a little way Charlie and Parker are with him. As he and Parker get a moment alone, Dick explains that, the way he sees it, at least half the lobster pots are his. Parker tells him that his thinking is wrong, and then Dick brings up the fact that Parker owes him some money. Parker says that he does owe him a little, but that when Dick's first run wasn't successful Parker had to take on Schuyler as a partner and that cut into the profits of the drug deal. Dick says he is willing to take over all the pots and not take money from Parker and call it done.

Dick begins to negotiate, and gives Parker another option. Dick will take half the pots and the money Parker...

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