The Raft - Chapters 32-43 Summary & Analysis

S. A. Bodeen
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Chapter 32 begins on what Robie thinks is day three. With the sun up, she attempts to steer the raft in the direction she thinks one of the islands will be. Without a paddle, it seems useless, especially given her weakened state. She sees something in the distance and paddle toward it: a pile of debris. She finds a glass ball that is an old Japanese fishing float and a plastic Santa. It reeks of dead fish. After taking the Santa for luck, she reads through the Survival at Sea card again. She now knows to use the sponge to collect dew on the sides of the raft in the morning. It also gives information on eating birds and fish. She looks around for anything she could use to fish. She takes the spiral from Max’s notebook and fashions a line with the...

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