West with the Night - Book 4, Chapter 23, West with the Night Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 23, West with the Night Summary and Analysis

Beryl got a phone call early in the morning letting her know that this day would be the best weather for a flight she had planed between London and New York. Beryl was about to embark on a historic flight from east to west over the Atlantic, nonstop and solo. The idea had begun at a dinner party when someone suggested to her friend Carberry that he finance such a flight. Carberry did, commissioning a special plan be built with fuel tanks all around the fuselage in order to provide the plan with enough fuel for the flight. Beryl oversaw the building of the Vega Gull at the Percival Aircraft Works in Gravesend, attempting to ignore the implications of the name Gravesend and the translation of the name of Carberry's farm...

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