The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

After the storm, Charlotte sleeps for fourteen hours. As she awakes, she wonders why she was allowed to sleep so long. She also remembers seeing Zachariah, and she wonders how that could be. She makes her way to the deck and asks a member of the crew why no one woke her. Charlotte learns that the captain has accused her of killing Hollybrass out of revenge for the death of Zachariah. Charlotte tries to defend herself by telling the crew that the knife used was left in her old room. The men reply that Jaggery told them Charlotte would make that claim. Charlotte goes to confront the captain. Jaggery meets her and accuses her of the crime. He tells her that she will stand trial for the crime and orders Barlow to take her to the ship's jail. Charlotte tries to defend herself...

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