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The Bronze Bow Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9 Summary

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 9 Summary

Five days later, Daniel waits on a mountain trail by himself. He is to rob a wealthy man, who passes this way each month posing as a beggar, as he carries his money to the coast.

When he finally arrives, Daniel jumps out and a small scuffle takes place, ending with Daniel taking two daggers from the man and knocking him unconscious in the process. Instead of leaving right then as instructed, Daniel waits for the man to wake and returns one the man's daggers to him.

Rosh is furious when he finds that Daniel has not returned with both of the daggers. He tells Daniel that it will take money to buy the things they need to defeat the Romans and they must get it from wherever they can. He tells Daniel that there is a weakness in him like a flaw in a piece of...

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