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A Place Called Freedom - Prologue, Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

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Prologue, Chapters 1-4 Summary

The prologue explains when the owner moved into High Glen house he found an iron collar with an inscription from 1767. He uses it as a paperweight on his desk but often looks at it, wondering what story is behind it. This is the story of a Place Called Freedom by Ken Follet, an exciting story about the quest for freedom and happiness.

The first chapter beings with the twins, Mack and Esther McAsh, walking by High Glen on their way to church. There is a pit on the land where coal is mined. Mack has worked in the mines since the age of seven. He received a reply to a letter he wrote and plans on reading it in church, much to his sister's dismay. They find Sir George Jamisson arriving right before them.

In chapter two, Lizzie Hallim and her mother are...

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