The Porpoise - Pages 247 – 294 Summary & Analysis

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Over the course of the next day, Pericles wanders through Tarsus, occasionally asking people if they know anything about Marina, but mostly just meandering in an aggrieved daze. At night, he steals a rowboat from the harbor and rows out towards the ocean. He intends to exhaust himself and die at sea. The narrative then shifts to Marina shortly after the guard and horse fell into the ravine. Marina knew that the guard was going to kill her, but she is still horrified by the sight of the guard being eaten by wolves. Marina begins to travel away from Tarsus on foot. She avoids travelers so that Dionyza will not discover that Marina is still alive. She arrives at a farmhouse. There are no people there at the moment, only a dog. Marina takes the opportunity to sleep, drink water, and eat some of...

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