The Curse of Lono - A Dog Took My Place and We Killed Like Champions Summary & Analysis

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A Dog Took My Place and We Killed Like Champions Summary and Analysis

The chapter opens with an excerpt from The Last Voyage of Captain James Cook. The Hawaiian natives, outraged by Cook's detainment of the king, obliterate the Captain beneath a flurry of many spears, rocks and clubs. Months pass before England is able to recover Cook's dismembered remains. Following is a two page spread depicting Hunter reeling in a marlin.

In another letter to Ralph, Hunter reports that he has caught a marlin and has since been accepted by the community of fishermen. As bills continue to mount, everyone, Hunter included, wonders why he is still in Hawaii. He offers Ralph the briefest summary of his fight with the fish, digressing into a discussion of Hawaiians and their relationship with sharks. Hunter realizes with...

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