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Under the Jolly Roger: Being an Account of the Further Nautical Adventures of Jacky Faber Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 32 through 38 Summary

L.A. Meyer
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Chapters 32 through 38 Summary

In chapter thirty-two, Jacky announces the amount of their take for the six weeks they've been at sea. Each man will receive ninety-one pounds. She knows the large haul was due to a great degree to the jewels. She continues to hold onto the large emerald. In chapter thirty-three, the Emerald arrives in Waterford and Jacky makes arrangements for some repairs to the ship while the men set out to their families or various other pursuits. Jacky wonders that Higgins isn't spending much time away from the boat and tells Liam she believes it's "because he is the way he is," referring to his effeminate nature. Liam says it's actually because he's overtly British is his actions and mannerisms. He says the Irish hate the British for the atrocious British actions. He says during an uprising some six years earlier the British had slaughtered "tens...

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