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The Bronze Bow Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 12 Summary

A boy about Daniel's age comes into the shop one day to have a scythe repaired. His name is Nathan, and he has a shock of black hair and a weathered face. Daniel notices he has a black eye, and a very defiant look about him. Daniel learns that some of his friends beat him up because his father took a job working for the Romans as a tax collector. That evening Daniel accompanies him on the road home and seven young boys attack them in the darkness. Daniel and Nathan make quick work out of defeating them. After the boys run off, Daniel asks him if he would like to join him in getting even with the Romans.

A few days later, Joel walks into the shop with a boy Daniel has never seen before. His name is Kemuel. Joel tells Daniel that Kemuel feels as...

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