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"Secret Sharer" by Joseph Conrad

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DQ 12: Respond to discussion questions with short answers:
2. Why does the Captain allow Leggatt to stay and then hide him?

3. The Captain offers Leggatt a place to hide and an eventual means of escape. What does he get in return from Leggatt?

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1. As you explore the character relationships in terms of purpose and eventual gain, please note that the Captain hides Leggatt in order to protect him. However, the task forces the Captain to behave so weirdly that everyone questions his sanity. He even sort of becomes part of him. They function as ...

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"Secret Sharer" by Joseph Conrad is briefly mentioned in terms of character.