Saturday, November 10, 2012
In the beggining of this chapter I felt like they had some hope since they left patience camp and started on their sea venture again. The story started to show that this wasn't the case from the first chapter where the man fell in the water while in the tent on the boat. This was a shame because he had to air dry in that freezing air. The men were having trouble sleeping and Shackleton eventually lets them eat whatever food they want so they can sleep. They finally get to the elephant island and the one man had a heart attack and they were in very poor circumstances with there health. This is a shame. I wander if they even thought about this result when they first ventured out.