The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Crying, Charlotte runs to her room and falls on her bed. She cannot believe what the captain has done. Charlotte has no one to turn to. She knows the crew will never trust her again and that she has harmed the captain. She cleans herself up and rushes to Jaggery's cabin. He allows her to come in and Charlotte begs for forgiveness. Jaggery does not want to hear her begging and shows her the wound on his face that she caused by hitting him with the whip. He informs her that he wants nothing to do with her and is in no way concerned with her safety. Scared, Charlotte runs back to her cabin, revealing to the reader that she would do anything to earn Jaggery's forgiveness. She goes to the deck to get some fresh air. She sees the crew gathered around...

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