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The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Suggested Essay Topics

How do both Zachariah and Captain Jaggery act as father-figures towards Charlotte?

How is Charlotte different when she first boards the ship and at the end of the story?

Why is the figurehead a symbol for Charlotte?

Compare and contrast Charlotte's biological family and her family on the ship.

How does Charlotte prove herself as a sailor?

Describe the nature of the crew during times of conflict and why they act this way.

What would have become of Charlotte if the crew did not accept her as one of their own?

How might the addition of passengers on the Seahawk have changed Charlotte's experience?

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