The Yellow Admiral - Chapter 5, pgs. 125 - 139 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, pgs. 125 - 139 Summary

After the battle, they examine the oboe of one of the men. Jack and the men listen to a performance of a cello, viola and fiddle played by the men. An aide reminds Jack of a report he has to write and the concern ends as Jack begins to work on the report.

Two of the men, Geoghegan and Callahan, talk about the dinner that Aubrey and the officers ate. Stephen is walking on the deck when one of the men performing a task, is killed. They sew the dead man into his hammock and bury him at sea.

The Bellona is in the waters near Brest. Jack in on deck with two navigators experienced in the waters of the area. Jack feels he will be able to follow his plan of sailing in the harbor during the day and staying in the...

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