Spartina - Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

John Casey (novelist)
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Chapter 36 Summary

Dick goes by his own house and leaves quick instructions fro every member of his family. First and foremost, they are to get to Eddie's house before the storm hits. Charlie drops Dick off at Spartina-May and Dick goes by Goode's dock on the way out to sea where he is given an inflatable life raft. Texeira has left word that it is a necessity for insurance purposes. Then he heads out to sea alone. After several hours the storm is apparent, and Dick tries to stay in touch with Texeira's boat, the Lydia P. As Dick gets more confident in his boat, he suddenly realizes that the weak link in the cycle is himself. He curses himself for it. As he fights to keep his senses straight after the long difficult hours at the wheel without a rest, he sees that his...

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