Under the Jolly Roger: Being an Account of the Further Nautical Adventures of Jacky Faber - Study Guide Chapters 11 through 15 Summary & Analysis

L.A. Meyer
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In chapter eleven, Jacky pushes Georgie out of her bed and assures the others he won't ask to stay in her room again. Ned and Tom torment him about it and Robin tells Jacky everyone else - including Robin - is jealous of Georgie for getting to sleep in the same bed as Jacky. Jacky tells Robin she's decided to spend her life single and Robin realizes Jacky's been hurt by someone. He says that just because that one person wasn't good enough for Jacky doesn't mean there isn't someone else out there who is.

Later that morning, Jacky is punished for having left her post the previous night during the storm, even though she'd left in order to correct something. She's made to site on the "foretop" until noon and knows it's an extremely light punishment. Jacky is thinking when someone yells out that...

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