Chapter 13 and 14 "The Island of Dr. Moreau Summary"

Chapter 13 and 14 "The Island of Dr. Moreau Summary"

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  • Chapter 13
  • What are you talking about?
  • I will not become one of that crazy doctor's experiments!
  • Chapter 13
  • I have an idea!
  • Chapter 13
  • I could have already experimented on you if I wanted to. Come back to the enclosure with use, you've already wasted half of my day.
  • Montgomery asks Prendick what he's doing. Prendick runs into the ocean and says he's going to drown himself rather than become one of Moreau's experiments. If you're keeping score, this is the third time Prendick has had the ocean threaten his life.
  • Chapter 14
  • I'm taking science to the next level! I was driven from London because of my work.
  • Moreau is confused and asks Prendick to calm down and talk to him. Prendick decides to try to rally the Beast Folk against Moreau instead.
  • Chapter 14
  • It has been hard work getting the beast creatures where I want them to be.
  • Moreau and Montgomery drop their revolvers to prove that they do not want to experiment on Prendick. Moreau also mentions that he has already had plenty of opportunities to experiment on Prendick if he had wanted to.
  • Chapter 14
  • I think it is time that we both go to bed!
  • Moreau explains how he's taking science to the next level, modifying creatures in their "most intimate structure." Moreau believes what he is doing is not immoral,since pain will be "ground out of existence by evolution" anyway. He claims he's helping mankind by discovering God's laws through the pain he inflicts on the animals.
  • When Moreau first started, he couldn't get the beast folk human enough. He killed his first sheep person just to put it out of its misery. Then he worked on an ape. He gave it to the Kanakas people to deal with. Like a boarding school for experiment rejects, the Kanakas took in the Ape Man and taught him basic counting, speaking, and reading skills.
  • Moreau talks about how he kept working on his animals and then ends his story and requests that Prendick get some sleep. He actually does fall asleep.
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