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The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5, The Storm and What Came of It Summary

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Chapter 5, The Storm and What Came of It Summary

After three weeks, the Dawn Treader leaves the harbor at the Lone Islands and sets out for the uncharted seas of the Great Eastern Ocean. The first few days are glorious for all of her passengers, with good sailing weather and even better companionship. However, the ship sails into a storm that is violent and causes much damage. The mast breaks in two and leaves the ship without sailing capabilities. Eustace writes in his journal that the storm lasted thirteen days. When it is over, they have lost the chickens and are forced to eat shortened rations; many of the water casks were damaged and the travelers are forced to drink in restricted rations. The ship must be rowed; however the men are soon too tired and weak from lack of water to...

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