The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Charlotte feels like royalty as Captain Jaggery walks with her across the Seahawk. Charlotte notices that the ship is moving slowing through the water. Jaggery agrees, and feeling that the wind will soon pick up, orders all the men on deck to prepare the sails. Charlotte comments to the reader that it is all quite a sight, but she sees no change in the ship's movement. Jaggery has Mr. Barlow take Charlotte to get things out of her trunk. Mr. Barlow is the man who brought Charlotte her trunk when she first arrived on the ship. Charlotte follows Mr. Barlow beneath the ship where the cargo is stored, a level above the ship's jail. She also sees a large pump used if water ever gets into the ship. Mr. Barlow opens her trunk, and Charlotte selects things to bring back to her room...

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