The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Charlotte is shocked as Jaggery calmly invites her to come in and sit down. He informs her that Keetch was spying for him even before she boarded the ship. Through Keetch, Jaggery knew that the crew was keeping passengers and other sailors away from the Seahawk. He knew that Cranick was aboard as a stowaway, and he knew that Zachariah was faking his death. Jaggery even knows that Charlotte is there to get the key. He admits to killing Hollybrass. He framed Charlotte because she was bringing disruption to life on the ship and undermining him. Claiming that once she is gone everything will be back in order, he lights a candle to reveal that all the once-fine items are now bent and broken. The items were damaged in the storm, but Jaggery has fixed them well enough that they appear to be...

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