The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Charlotte awakes feeling confused and seasick. Thinking that the Seahawk has yet to set sail, Charlotte climbs to the deck in hopes of getting off the ship, only to find the vessel out in the middle of the sea. Trying to keep her weak body standing and out of the way of the sailors, Charlotte sees a man standing on an upper deck. This man is Captain Jaggery and Charlotte is overjoyed to see a finely dressed gentleman. The men gather to hear their Captain. Jaggery inspects the crew and comments to his first mate, Mr. Hollybrass, that since they are short a crewmember the rest of the men will have to work harder.

After roll is called and Jaggery comments that a Mr. Cranick is not aboard, Jaggery tells the men that this is the last time they will probably see or...

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