The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

Charlotte is made captain but Zachariah actually oversees the Seahawk. Charlotte even refuses to move into Jaggery's cabin, deciding instead to live and work as she did before. Jaggery and Hollybrass's deaths are recorded in the ship's log as heroic lives lost during the hurricane. Soon, the crew learns that they are close to port, and hours later they see land off in the distance. Charlotte fears that those on land will learn of the events that took place in the ship. Zachariah assures her that everyone involved will keep quiet, and those on land will care little for the deaths of a few sailors.

Finally, after two months, the Seahawk rests at its destination. Charlotte changes into her dress and finds it very uncomfortable, but she knows she must never wear the sailing clothes again. Charlotte sees her family waiting for her...

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