The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Charlotte is in the dark and scared to death. She pulls out her knife and calls out, but no one answers. As she slowly moves towards the head, she notices that it is not moving. With a closer look, she discovers that it is nothing more than a carving of a head. Relieved, she grabs her clothes and goes back to her room to change. While she is putting on her clean clothes, Charlotte thinks about the carved head, and she wonders how the candle went out. Was it a gust of wind or did someone blow it out? She thinks she saw a real human head. The person must have blown out the candle and then placed the carved head there. Thinking that she has been seeing things, she brushes the thoughts aside in her mind, but not before considering telling Jaggery...

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