BC: "Then Percy Cuthfert closed his eyes and dropped off to sleep" (London 205).
FC: "In a Far Country" A Visual Representation
1: Carter Weatherbee and Percy Cuthfert as they appear at the beginning of the expedition.
2: The expedition has lost their race with winter.
3: "That night the river jammed and broke several times; the following morning it had fallen asleep." (London 194)
4: "The sleds groaned by on their steel-shod runners, and the dogs strained low in the harnesses in which they were born to die" (London 195).
5: "With little to do, time became an intolerable burden to them" (London 198).
6: "This Fear was the joint child of the Great Cold and the Great Silence, and was born in the darkness of December, when the sun dipped below the horizon for good" (London 199).
8: "Cuthbert noticed it always pointed south...He watched eagerly, but never a breath came by to disturb it" (London 199).
9: "There was no sun. This was the Universe, dead and cold and dark, and he its only citizen" (London 200).
10: "Weatherbee fell prey to the grosser superstitions, and did his best to resurrect the spirits which slept in the forgotten graves" (London 199).
11: "The sun was coming back again. It would be with them tomorrow, and the next day, and the next" (London 203).
12: "They guided him gently, very gently, to the woodpile, where they put the axe in his hands" (London 203).
13: "Then they helped him shove open the cabin door, and he felt sure they shut it after him - at least he heard it slam and the latch fall sharply into place" (London 204). | "Keeping his eyes on the madman...at the same time clutching the pistol" (London 204).