Under the Jolly Roger: Being an Account of the Further Nautical Adventures of Jacky Faber - Study Guide Chapters 43 through 52 Summary & Analysis

L.A. Meyer
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In part three, chapter forty-three, Jacky visits the property Higgins has purchased for the orphanage on Brideshead Street. Jacky looks forward to returning to sea and says she now has a responsibility to keep an income in order to maintain the orphanage. In chapter forty-four, the crew of the Emerald takes another ship and a woman gives Jacky a copy of a newspaper with an article indicating Jacky is wanted for piracy and has been operating under a false Letter of Marque. Jacky gives the order to leave the area immediately but the wind dies down and leaves them virtually stranded. In chapter forty-five, Jaimy writes a letter to Jacky, confirming there's a reward of two hundred fifty pounds for her capture.

In chapter forty-six, Jacky pledges to go into another line of work if she manages to escape her current predicament but she's soon...

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