The Lifeboat - Pages 121 – 179 Summary & Analysis

Charlotte Rogan
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Part III, Day Nine – The morning after Rebecca Frost is buried at sea, her cap is found floating on the waves. This upsets some of the women. Mary Ann wails, and Grace wants to smack her for it but does not. Grace knows that in other circumstances, she may have been friends with Mary Ann, but in that moment, Mary Ann is of no use on the lifeboat. It is the first day there is no food. 14 is still taking on water. Grace enjoys bailing because it gives her something to do, and provides order. Only Anya Robeson is excepted from bailing, for she has her son, Charlie, with her. With the sail being too dangerous to use anymore, the passengers revert to rowing. They are not able to row for long.

Part III, Night – Hungry, weakened, and with their feet constantly in water...

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