Confessions of the Fox - Part 3, Chapters 11 through 13 Summary & Analysis

Jordy Rosenberg
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Summary

Chapter 11:

This chapter consists of: a reproduction of a broadsheet, announcing Jack’s capture; the destruction of the Poor Maria; and the deaths of everyone on board, including the Lion-Man. “The loss of such a rare specimen is Incalculable” (302).

Chapter 12:

In a sequence of short, numbered vignettes, the narrative describes Jack’s transport to Tyburn (during which the people clamored for him to be free); Jack’s hope that Aurie would retrieve his body, as they had each agreed to do for the other if they were ever caught; and, in a vignette titled “He Died On The Tree,” how Jack died (304). Then, in somewhat Biblical language, another vignette describes how Aurie was unable to collect Jack’s body because the crowd got their first; how that crowd carried him through London; and how he was buried near a well-known church, with...

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