This book, is wayyy too confusing and I have a few questions (these questions will vary from pgs.87-138). Why does Jim feel he's neglecting his duties after he's ashore?
Thanks. I will most likely have more questions soon.
I appreciate your time and effort! :)
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Well... I've read a whole lot of stuff in my life so I'm used to understanding stuff I read. So if you read nonstop from now 'til you're 40, you won't have any trouble either. LOL
If you want answers to factual questions, please use the Q & A section. This part is for discussion questions. I'll answer one of these for you, but this really belongs in Q &A.
Jim feels he is neglecting his duties because he is looking around and exploring the island instead of spying on the mutineers.
How do you know all of this stuff? How do you comprehend the book?
Oh. Thanks! :)
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