The Boat Who Wouldn't Float - Chapters 6-9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 6-9 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 6, "A Pounce of Pirates," McClelland decides that things are moving much too slowly and that the team is in need of some major reorganization. McClelland is the perfect man for the job. The others remain quiet after hearing McClelland's plans. The first thing is that the daily trips to St. John's are completely unnecessary. The crew should be able to pick up most things in perhaps one trip a week. The others are eager to let McClelland try the new plan. It is not long however before McClelland realizes why daily trips were necessary. The merchants in St. John's have no need or desire for money. Sales clerks often hide or run away when someone would try to buy something. After a full day of going from place to place, the only thing McClelland manages to get...

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