In the Belly of the Bloodhound: Being an Account of a Particularly Peculiar Adventure in the Life of Jacky Faber (Bloody... - Section 2: Chs. 29-35 Summary & Analysis

L.A. Meyer
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Section 2: Chs. 29-35 Summary

Chapter 29

Lissette, the French friend of Clarissa, is now carving. She stops and Jacky inspects the hole. It leads to a store room, but isn't wide enough yet. Clarissa sees Jacky looking at a hidden picture of Jaimy and makes fun of her. Lissette tells Jacky that she is smart, but still doesn't understand Clarissa. She explains that Clarissa brought Angelique to school with her to save her from being bred for children. Lissette tells Jacky that her little joke of putting Clarissa's name in the abolitionist paper almost caused Angelique to be sent away and bred for children. Jacky again bares her rear end for fresh water and is again chastised by Constance. The girls talk about catching and eating rats. Jacky talks to Hughie before bed.

Chapter 30

Jacky has a dream that a ship, the Constitution, is...

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