Typee: A Peep at Polynesian Life [Edited by George Woodcock] - Chapters 13 and 14, pp. pp. 141-163 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 and 14, pp. pp. 141-163 Summary

Chap. 13- The next week is pleasant, but Toby warns Tommo that the natives are fickle and that they must escape soon. Tommo's leg is lame, and he plans for Toby to reach the French fleet in Nukuheva Bay and bring back help and medicine. Due to the Typees' ferocious reputation, it is unlikely that the French would come back to Typee Bay to rescue Tommo. The natives with some reluctance agree to let Toby make his way overland to Nukuheva and escort him to the ridges that mark the beginning of Happar territory. Later in the day there is shouting during the noon-time siesta. There are cries that Toby is dead. Toby is unconscious but soon recovers. He has had a Happar spear thrown at his head and after running away, Toby collapsed in...

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