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Under the Jolly Roger: Being an Account of the Further Nautical Adventures of Jacky Faber Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 16 through 19 Summary

L.A. Meyer
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Chapters 16 through 19 Summary

In chapter sixteen, Jacky goes through the captain's quarters and finds a bag filled with gold. She begins to wonder how the captain came into so much money. Jacky finds she can't bear the thought of eating in the cabin where Scrogg's body lies and goes to eat with Robin. Higgins serves them a meal together and Jacky is amazed that he's realized she's spending time with Robin. Robin is furious at the situation but Jacky is afraid his reaction will give away the details if she says Scroggs is dead. Drake provides Jacky a scaled-down rapier and she's moved to tears by his kindness.

In chapter seventeen, Jacky orders that a table be set up on the deck. Jacky sends for several of the men, including Earweg, the man who passes for a surgeon on the ship. Jacky knows everyone is listening as she...

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