The Wanderer - Study Guide Part VI - Land Summary & Analysis

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After days of seeing nothing but the churning sea, Cody finally spots land ahead. Miraculously, the crew has managed to steer The Wanderer to the coast of Ireland without the use of electronic GPS or radar. Out of excitement, Uncle Dock jumps to the deck and begins reciting The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, an epic poem about the joys of sailing. Joyfully, the crew bounds from the boat and onto very unsteady legs on land. They immediately try to call their family members - who must be worried sick - but are shocked when no one answers. Clearly, no one knows the grave danger in which their loved ones had found themselves and therefore they aren't sitting around by the telephones waiting.

As soon as they're on land, the crew piles into an Irish pub and orders all the food...

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