The Nice and the Good - Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34 Summary

It is quiet inside the cave. Pierce swims with quiet strokes through the water, farther into the cave than he has ever been before. His desire to spend the duration of the tide in the cave has become obsessive. He glides in total darkness, the light from the entrance faded. He fumbles for the waterproof torch that he had tucked into his trousers. He looks around in the dim light from the torch, seeing two caverns, one going to the left and the other to the right. This unnerves Pierce, as he hadn't imagined having to make any choices. He chooses the right, turns off the torch and swims on.

After swimming a little while, Pierce comes across another division in the cavern. He thinks that he might survive the tide only to become lost in the cave. He questions whether he has time to swim back...

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