To Have and Have Not - Part 3, Chapters 23-26 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapters 23-26 Summary

The Coast Guard tows the Queen Conch into the channel. The captain expects Morgan to die and wonders if he killed the four Cubans. He and the mate go into the captain's cabin and Morgan begins babbling flatly and slowly about "a man," alone, having no luck. They leave him.

Many people crowd the street outside the gates of the old submarine base transformed into a yacht basin. The Cuban watchman has orders to let no one in. They take no interest in activity at the Coast Guard pier, but disperse to their own boats. Aboard the New Exuma II, Wallace Johnston and his guest, Henry Carpenter, debate the Bradleys. Johnston finding them both detestable. Each has a Harvard M.A. and is unmarried. Johnston, a composer, is rich; Carpenter has seen his monthly trust income drop, but he...

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