The Curse of Lono - Yesterday's Weirdness Is Tomorrow's Reason Why and Rage, Rage against the Coming of the Light Summary & Analysis

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Yesterday's Weirdness Is Tomorrow's Reason Why and Rage, Rage against the Coming of the Light Summary and Analysis

The chapter opens with a photo of Hunter posing beside a marlin, Samoan war club in hand. Scrawled on the photo are the words "Dear Ralph, we killed like Champions. Lono." Following is a letter from Hunter to Ralph in which Hunter declares that he is the living incarnation of the god Lono. By way of proof, Hunter implores Ralph to recognize the fatalistic pattern of recent events. He goes on to explain his present situation: After declaring his newfound apotheosis on the pier, immediately after catching his marlin, offended Hawaiians force Hunter to flee to the City of Refuge. At sundown each night Hunter collects offerings from those who believe in his...

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