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The Bronze Bow Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 7 Summary

As the fever and pain begin to leave Daniel a few days later, Joel reads to him and Thacia from the Book of Enoch. It seems to say to them men should not let other men rule them, and that they should rise up against anyone who would. Joel thinks out loud that maybe they have tried his father's way of patience long enough.

After they discuss this for a while, Joel and Malthace (who he has begun calling Thacia) ask Daniel about his parents. Daniel has not talked about it to anyone for over five years. No one at the cave has ever heard his story. But at Thacia's encouragement he begins to tell them what happened. When he was very young his father was the head supervisor of the vineyards and it was a happy and secure time for Daniel. However, after his uncle and...

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