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The Bronze Bow - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 3 Summary

A month has passed, and Daniel is still the keeper of Samson. Even Rosh has given up trying to give him orders, as Daniel is the only person he will respond to. Samson is constantly at Daniel's side, and though bothersome at times, he has made life much easier for all the men in the camp by being able to haul more wood and water, and keeping the bellows hot while Daniel turns ore into steel. The others constantly make fun of Samson, but there is no response whatsoever from Samson. While Daniel feels his forced association with the big giant has somewhat distanced him from the others, at times Daniel will smile at him, and he does grudgingly feel some friendship towards him, even though Samson still acts as if he does not hear or understand anything.

One day a man is brought to the cave...

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