The Sea-Wolf

by

Jack London

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The Sea-Wolf: Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

Summary
Analysis
Van Weyden and Maud Brewster complete their seal-skin roof. They build a second hut right next to the first. Van Weyden feels that something bad may happen soon but isn’t sure what. Van Weyden and Maud are now on a first-name basis.
This short passage shows how the challenges Van Weyden and Brewster face—as well as their triumphs over the challenges—have brought them closer together.
Themes
Self-Reliance and Maturation Theme Icon
Love, Duty, and Choice Theme Icon