Typee: A Peep at Polynesian Life [Edited by George Woodcock] - Chapters 33, and 34, pp. 350- 372 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 33, and 34, pp. 350- 372 Summary

In chapter thirty-three, the stranger Marnoo again visits Tommo's house. Marnoo tells Tommo that he is going to Pueerka, his native valley. Marnoo mocks Tommo, asking why he came to Typee when all the other white men are afraid of the Typees, but finally relents and listens to Tommo. Marnoo advises Tommo to try to escape to Pueerka because he could be killed, but it is not so easy since Tommo is always watched. At night, there is a slide that blocks a primitive door in the house where Tommo lives. Tommo must open this door to get out of his house. He opens it, saying he is getting up for water, as it makes noise and wakes people up, hoping to leave it open and slip out later in the night. Someone always re-latches the door...

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