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The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12, The Dark Island Summary

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Chapter 12, The Dark Island Summary

For nearly two weeks, the ship sails southeast. When they see a dark shape on the horizon, they alter their course in order to intercept it. However, when they grow closer they realize it is simply a huge darkness in the middle of the ocean. Lucy and the captain of the ship do not particularly want to go inside the darkness, but Reepicheep and Caspian figure they are on an adventure and they should not pass up any kind of adventure. They sail directly into the darkness. It is extremely dark and no one can see what is in front of him or her. Everyone is ordered to his or her battle stations, including Lucy, who is feeling very unsure about this. When they have been in the darkness for a short time, they begin to hear someone calling out to...

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