Wolf Larsen, captain of the Ghost, a sealer bound for the waters north of Japan, is notorious for his cruelty. As Larsen is preparing to sail from San Francisco on what proves his last voyage, there is a collision in the fog between two ferry boats, the Martinez and the Sausalito, in which the former sinks, with nearly all its passengers lost. Among the few saved is Humphrey Van Weyden, a gentleman of leisure, who is borne out to sea by the tide. He is rescued by the Ghost, and is brought face to face with the Sea Wolf. To Van Weyden, Larsen's enormous physical strength and ruthless cruelty are appalling. Later he sees in him the strange paradox, the Sea Wolf who rends and tears, and Larsen, the eager student and embittered dreamer. Between the two springs up an odd companionship. They read poetry and philosophize together, and Humphrey tends him whenever Larsen is stricken with the torturing headaches and temporary blindness which at times overwhelm him. But his crew both fear and ...
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