In the Belly of the Bloodhound: Being an Account of a Particularly Peculiar Adventure in the Life of Jacky Faber (Bloody... Themes

L.A. Meyer
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Rising to the Challenge

Rising to the challenge is a major theme in the book. Not only does Jacky have to do what she must to survive, but all of the girls learn to do what they must to make it out of the situation alive.

Jacky has always risen to the challenge. As she relates her story, and that of her time with Rooster Charlie, the reader begins to understand how Jacky has led such a colorful life. The girls at Lawson Peabody don't understand how Jacky can be so ill mannered and have such strange morals and values. However, as the girls get to know her story, they see that she has always had to do what she must to stay alive and keep those around her protected. Jacky has always risen to the challenge and never let herself, or others, down. She can be counted on...

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