In the Belly of the Bloodhound: Being an Account of a Particularly Peculiar Adventure in the Life of Jacky Faber (Bloody... - Section 3: Chs. 36-44 Summary & Analysis

L.A. Meyer
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Section 3: Chs. 36-44 Summary

Chapter 36

The girls create a hidey-hole for the bows and digging tools. They also create a plan to start digging into the powder room where the gunpowder is kept. After prayers that night Rebecca begins to cry about a ghost she saw in the darkness. The girls plan to play on the superstitions of the crew and get them scared.

Chapter 37

Jacky thinks they will be in the magazine powder room shortly and begins to make plans to cut one of the lifeboats loose and prepare the other for their escape. Clarissa has been silent since her run-in with Sin-Kay, but Jacky notices she now carries three feet of cord wrapped around her waist. Jacky sneaks through the Rat Hole and onto the deck that night. She inspects the lifeboat and begins to dissemble the other boat. She hides...

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