The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Mr. Grummage leads Charlotte aboard the Seahawk, and with Captain Jaggery and the first mate still on land, she is greeted by the second-mate, Mr. Keetch. Mr. Keetch advises Charlotte to take a different ship to America since the other families are no longer traveling on the Seahawk. Mr. Grummage squashes the idea and walks off the ship before the topic can be discussed further. Mr. Keetch leads Charlotte to her room beneath the deck of the ship. Charlotte is shocked at how small and empty her room is. Mr. Keetch leaves her, and a crewmember, Mr. Barlow, comes by to deliver her trunk. While Mr. Barlow is there he makes it a point to plea with Charlotte to get off the ship for her own safety. Charlotte doesn't want advice from the hired help and ignores the men's advice, but his words...

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