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Barabbas - Pages 103 through 122 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 103 through 122 Summary

Barabbas and Sahak do well together working in the fields. They have been shackled together for so long that they fall into the routine of being harnessed together to pull a plow. Though they still work hard, they're happy to be out in the air together. They are no longer chained together but remain near each other and seldom mix with other slaves. Though they don't make other friends, they aren't nearly as close as they were in the mines. In fact, they become somewhat awkward with each other.

Barabbas wants to break the imaginary binding that keeps him near Sahak, but Sahak is saddened by the fact that the two men are no longer close as they were in the mines. For the first few days, they talk of their "miraculous" escape from the mine, but never mention it again. Sahak credits God for...

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