In the Belly of the Bloodhound: Being an Account of a Particularly Peculiar Adventure in the Life of Jacky Faber (Bloody... - Section 2: Chs. 19-28 Summary & Analysis

L.A. Meyer
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Section 2: Chs. 19-28 Summary

Chapter 19

Jaimy and Clarissa use the time before bed to find a way out of the hold. They try to find where the rats are going when they go below the floor boards. It is possible they can escape that way. The sailors turn shut the hatch and the entire room is pitch black. Clarissa is terrified of the dark and the rats. The girls hold hands while they return to their bunks.

Chapter 20

The girls wake up to a shock as the slave Jerome introduces himself as Mister Sin-Kay, one of the slave ship's business partners. Sin-Kay takes out an accounting book, calls roll, and then writes a comment after each girl's name. He threatens Jacky and Clarissa when they are combative toward him. Sin-Kay tells the girls they will either deal with him, Dummy or Nettles. Dummy...

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