Sweetland - Book II: Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Michael Crummey
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Sweetland wakes during a storm, and worries about the dog until he remembers the dog is dead. He knows the tide is rising and goes down to rescue the boat. After a struggle, he manages to secure it out of the wind, weighing it down with several stones. He listens for a radio broadcast, but again it doesn't reflect what he sees. He watches as the breakwater starts coming apart in heavy seas. He realizes that the storm is so severe that his stagehead would have been destroyed had it still been standing.

He develops a fever and has to stay in the kitchen daybed for two days. When he recovers, he is very weak. He reads the old magazines to pass the time, and has he makes his way through them, he finds some with words and letters cut out. He...

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