It means that Norbert is clothed, overweight, and cold. One could assume that he was cold because of the cold wind.
Could somebody help me please? I didn't understand the sentence above. What is clothed blubber ridged by ?
Here's the sentence: Norbert shivered, his clothed blubber ridged by unseen winds.
Thanks in advance.
I think it may mean that the clothing is blown into ridges by the wind so that it resembles the ridged/ripply surface of blubber (or the loose skin of my hands when I put them in a Dyson hand-dryer).
(BrE first language speaker.)
Having clicked the Thank button, Geunsely, you don't need to make a separate post to say 'thank you', but please answer Eckaslike's question, and in future posts tell us the source of any sentences you are asking about.
I think the clothes are being pressed by the wind against his rolls of fat, like a Michelin man in a shirt.his clothed blubber ridged by unseen winds
From an Irsih novel named The history of Things by Sean MonClieff.