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Claggart and the Captain seem to be the only two on the ship that can see the unique innocence in Billy Budd. This perception aggravates Claggart's jealously even more.
Squeak has sensed Claggart's envy of Billy Budd, and makes up mean names for him, which he tells Claggart are the sort of things that Billy is saying about him...
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They said to meet on a secluded platform on the deck. He hinted to what it was about. It was very vague. When Billy went to meet the mysterious man, he wasn't able to see his face because it was in the shadows, but he could tell that the person was one of the afterguardsmen. The sailor said that there was a gang of men that were impressed into service just as Billy had been, and he wanted to know if Billy wanted to join them...
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