The Sea - Section 2: Part 6 (pp. 182-195) Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: Part 6 (pp. 182-195) Summary

This part begins with a present-set narration of a frightening night in which the narrator can no longer hear the sound of the sea. He calls out to Anna's spirit, asking why she isn't haunting him. He concludes by calling for his bottle (presumably his brandy bottle), which he describes as his baby's bottle, his soother.

The narrator then describes a morning with Miss Vavasour by the window, an uncomfortable morning in which the narrator comments on his discomfort and a bump on his head. He then describes the circumstances of the day before which led to his current situation. Colonel Blunden had been led to expect a visit from his daughter and her family, and the entire household was excited for him. When the family doesn't turn up, the Colonel masks his disappointment by retiring to...

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