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The Ghost Road Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 12 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 12 Summary

Dr. Rivers continues his odd series of fever induced dreams and he's back in the missionary existence he lived on Eddystone. However, in this dream sequence, he is approaching the hut of Ngea's widow, Emele. When he enters, he sees a woman crouched over in the mourning position. When he looks at her, he sees the face of his sister, Kathleen. This awakens him and he realizes that it was just a dream.

Back on Eddystone in his dreams, Dr. Rivers worries about the fate of Emele. He consistently worries about what will happen to her if headhunting is not immediately commenced. She has been in the crouched mourning position for so long, that he frets about her health and well-being. However, he knows that he can't interfere.

On the island, he is awakened one morning to the new and different sound of a blaring...

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