Under the Jolly Roger: Being an Account of the Further Nautical Adventures of Jacky Faber - Study Guide Chapters 4 through 6 Summary & Analysis

L.A. Meyer
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In chapter four, Jacky is dumped onto the deck of a ship and the first person she sees is Muck Cornelius, known in the neighborhood of Jacky's childhood as a corpse stealer. As soon as she is able to speak, Jacky screams out that she's a girl but the small boat that brought them to the ship has already departed. The captain, Abraham Scroggs, sarcastically welcomes Jacky to the Wolverine and says she won't be sent back just because she's a girl. Jacky can see the coast of France and pretends she's going to accept her fate. As soon as her hands are freed of their bonds, she jumps into the water and strikes out for the coast. She knows she can make the swim but then realizes the men from the Wolverine have put a boat in the water to chase her down. Jacky...

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