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Report on Deliverance By James DickeyIn the novel Deliverance by James Dickey he reveals a thrilling adventure of four guys in the wild Whose moral beliefs vanish as their survial skills take over Where one weekend of camping hunting and relaxing turn into a game of hunting against two mountain menIn Deliverance there are four business men Bobby Lewis Drew and Ed These men decided to leave their lives behind to become one with nature by canoeing down the Chattooga River before it was forever flooded by the construction of a new damn When they arrived at the northern Georgias wilderness where the river was found they come across a family of hillbillies One of the highlights of the novel was a dual banjo performance with Drew and a retarded deformed albino hillbilly youngster whom belongs with the family Lewis the leader of the men made a deal with the family to buy their two broken down cars for fifty dollars the husband of the family agreed to the deal As a result the four men leave their cars there to be watched so they would not damage their cars by taking them to the river The men loaded up the two old cars and headed on their way to river where they began a unforgettable adventureWhen they arrived at the river Lewis the adventerous mucho man and Drew the overweight not so courageous got in one of the canoes together The other canoe consist of Ed the family man with a wife and son and Bobby the cautious always scared one As they went down the river they encountered strong rapids and mountainous rocks About an hour down the river they saw the hillbilly boy that played the banjo with Drew sitting on a bridge above the river as though he was watching the four men As the sunset the men pulled their canoes to the side for camp to sleep For dinner Lewis
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