The Bronze Bow - Study Guide Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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Leah begins to talk more and ask question relating to the girls in the village. One day, after Daniel has attended the wedding of Nathan, Leah asks what a wedding is.

Daniel tries to explain, realizing that Leah has no knowledge whatsoever of many of the basic things in life. Her simple analysis of situations that Daniel has not thought about in years begins to make him look at some of the more obvious experiences in his life as possible signs of answers to his dilemma he had previously overlooked. These thoughts make him restless. He knows her questions and her viewpoint are affecting him as Jesus' simplicity affects Joel.

She also asks Daniel of the Roman, who sometimes comes into the shop. She wants to know if the man is lonely and homesick. Daniel explodes and asks how Roman could be anything.

That evening he leaves...

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