Caleb's Crossing Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Geraldine Brooks
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* Bethia, a young girl who is the narrator, lies awake listening to her father and brother argue over a near-pagan native American coming to live with them.

* Bethia lives in an isolated home, her mother recently dead, whom Bethia believes was killed due to Bethia's transgression into evil.

* Bethia describes the island where they live and says that she is writing down the events of the past few months in order to understand them better.

* Bethia's grandfather established a colony on the island and she feels they took advantage of the natives, the Wampanoag.

* Bethia says her fall from God's grace took began three years previously, when she was twelve years old.

* She learned better than her brother Makepeace and her father said too much learning was not good for a pretty girl bound for marriage. Her twin brother died...

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