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The Bronze Bow Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 15 Summary

Daniel continues to go to Capernaum to hear Jesus. He cannot explain why, but something keeps drawing him back to listen to his words. He still does not always understand everything he says, but he is continually drawn back. Sometimes he even tells Leah what he has learned from Jesus and relates the stories he heard. Daniel likes to go in the early morning and it seems like it is a happier time when the fishermen are coming ashore with their night's catch. In the evening the bay is smoky and as the sun goes down, the docks seem dismal and the people seem tired. It is at night that the workmen, who have not eaten at all during the day come and hope for a little hand out, and at night when the sick come to be healed. When Daniel gets home at night he always...

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