Book II, Chapter 12 Summary and Analysis
Wilson Harris: an Englishman staying in Burguete
Bryan: author Bill refers to
Jake awakens the next morning and lets Bill sleep a while longer while he goes downstairs and to the stream to dig worms for bait. When he goes back to the inn, the proprietor is up. Jake orders coffee and a lunch for the fishing trip before going back to the room.
Bill is already awake. When they go to breakfast, Bill is light-hearted and singing. There is playful bantering, until Bill is afraid he has hurt Jake with a comment about impotence. They gather lunch and wine and go off to fish.
They go across open fields and streams. Finally,...
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