Treason's Harbour - Chapter Seven Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seven Summary

The Niobe moved slowly along the Suez during its return route. The crew's spirits were low as a result of being tricked with regards to the treasure. Furthermore, their water supply was very low and required rationing. The crew all experienced awful sunburns, and there was little that Dr. Maturin could do to make them more comfortable. The crew sailed into a port to get refreshment and begin the long, overland journey home again. The desert sand was soft under their feet, and their legs had become accustomed to the roll of the boat, so marching did not come easily to the men. Only Dr. Maturin reveled in the adventure. He was pleased to observe many varieties of birds, snakes, and lizards. On the second day of their desert march the shifting sand gave way to a more granular surface and...

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