The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

A week passes by and Charlotte is becoming more and more comfortable living on the ship. Charlotte usually wakes up early in the morning and dresses. Many of her clothes are becoming dirty and worn. Washing her clothes is not an easy task, so she decides to save one dress for when she arrives in America. The food on board is bland, with little to no variety. On Sundays, Charlotte reads to the men from the Bible. She is becoming increasingly bored with daily life. The highlight of every day for a half a hour is when Charlotte has tea with Captain Jaggery in his quarters. Up to this point, Charlotte has tried to avoid interacting with the crewmembers, but she soon finds herself spending more and more time around the crew, learning about what they do and being entertained by their stories...

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