The Lighthouse - Camphor - The Ferry Summary & Analysis

Moore, Alison
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Futh suffered from sunburn and sunstroke and feels peculiar standing in front of Ester. He is disconcerted by her, and looks at his feet to relax himself, but he stares at them for too long (191). He enters the elevator, but just looks at the buttons without pressing them. He does not want to waste their time by asking for supper, but may need after-sun lotion. He goes into his room, looks through his toiletries and makes himself a bath. He barely notices that his lighthouse was not in the suitcase. He searches his luggage thoroughly and cannot find it, so he goes downstairs to find Ester. He enters the bar but does not see her and decides it would be unwise to ask Bernard about her. He walks to her room marked "Private" and pushes it open to go through it...

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