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The Bronze Bow Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 6 Summary

As Daniel leaves the house of Hezron, he is in no hurry to return to the mountain. He is thirsty and finds a broken bowl at a well, and takes it to get a drink for himself. As he does so, a Roman soldier rides up on a horse and demands that Daniel give the horse water. Daniel does so, and then the soldier asks for the same for himself. Without thinking, Daniel offers him the bowl with the same water the horse has just drunk. Furious, the soldier kicks at Daniel for his stupidity. Daniel reacts quickly and throws the bowl and its contents in the soldier's face and immediately begins to run off. The soldier yells and throws his spear at Daniel, but Daniel keeps running with loud footsteps chasing him. Finally escaping for the time being, Daniel discovers that he is wounded and is...

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