West with the Night - Book 4, Chapter 19, What of the Hunting, Hunter Bold? Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 19, What of the Hunting, Hunter Bold? Summary and Analysis

Blix and Winston continued to build up the fire and wave so frantically that Beryl realized they were in real need of her landing. Beryl landed on the airstrip, afraid of the damage that might be done by the roots and stumps that the plane stumbled over. The plane stopped without damage, however. The two men took the bottle of gin meant for another man and shared it while they told Beryl how they had run out of food and the porters had gone on strike. Blix and Winston had cleared the airstrip themselves, a feat difficult enough for men used to hard work.

Despite their mutiny, Blix was concerned about his porters. Blix insisted that Beryl take Winston back to camp and return with food before...

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