The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

One morning, the ship runs into the storm, and Charlotte is knocked out of her hammock. The whole crew is called to the deck. As she reaches the deck, the rain and wind make it hard to even stand. Hollybrass tries to convince the captain to change course to try and avoid danger, but Jaggery orders them to forge ahead. Charlotte heads towards the forward mast. Jaggery is already there and wants Charlotte to climb up and cut the sails free so the fierce wind does not cause the mast to break. Jaggery hands Charlotte a knife, and she begins the slow climb, fighting against the water and wind. Her long hair blows in her face, making it hard to see. Charlotte grabs her hair and slices it off. She reaches the foreyard and begins cutting away at the ropes. Charlotte notices a...

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