The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19 Summary

Jaggery takes Charlotte back to the jail and locks her in it. He climbs the ladder, and once he is gone Zachariah comes out of hiding. He lets her out of the cell. Charlotte informs Zachariah about the trial and her punishment. Zachariah cannot understand why no one on the crew stood up for her. She tries to get Zachariah to admit that he killed Hollybrass, but he doesn't understand what she is getting at. Finally, he figures it out and flatly denies her accusations. He realizes that the crew must be keeping quiet because they also believe he committed the crime. Zachariah realizes that Jaggery not only murdered Hollybrass, but also saw Zachariah during the storm. Jaggery planned to set up Charlotte in order to get revenge on both her and Zachariah. Zachariah recalls to Charlotte how during the storm he saw...

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