The Truelove - Chapters 6 and 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 6 and 7 Summary

Aubrey and Maturin discuss the situation at Moahu. Franklin, obviously the focal point of French power, is captained by one Dutourd, a man with whom they are familiar. Dutourd is a type of Utopian Idealist and feels the ends justify the means. Maturin agrees that Aubrey must intervene on behalf of Puolani even if this makes Moahu a de facto British colony. Meanwhile, Surprise provisions and waters. Clarissa finds Annamooka captivating and watches everything going on with rapt attention. When numerous native pigs are brought aboard as provisions the Sarah and Emily are outraged that the butcher refuses to properly feed the hogs. After much minor political drama Aubrey transfers the care of these particular hogs to Jemmy Ducks. The next day Maturin and Clarissa go ashore to categorize local flora and fauna, though Maturin is rather diverted from his usual...

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