The Yellow Admiral - Chapter 5, pgs. 108-125 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, pgs. 108-125 Summary

The ships are at sea for five days. On the sixth day, they entered the harbor and explored the inlets. Jack has dinner with the other officers and they talk about other battles. Stephen asks to hear the story about first lieutenant William Harding's experiences.

They are sailing through rain and waiting for it to clear. After dinner, the men meet in the Captain's fore-cabin. The next morning, the weather is improved. Stephen is happy at the improved weather conditions because of all of the men in sick bay. As they talk, a battle begins. The men carry the injured men to Stephen.

Chapter 5, pgs. 108-125 Analysis

The Bellona and others reach their destination during bad weather and have to wait for the rain and weather to clear. Jack and the men spend a lot of time talking. Stephen, always curious, asks to...

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