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The Bronze Bow - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 18 Summary

Late one afternoon Daniel sees an unfamiliar figure hurrying toward his shop, but as the figure enters he realizes it is Thacia dressed up to disguise herself. Out of breath she tells Daniel that the soldiers have taken Joel and put him into the garrison, and that he has been sentenced to go east the next morning. Daniel touches Thacia to comfort her and tells her that Rosh will have plans for an event like this.

Rushing up the mountain to the cave, Daniel quickly tells Rosh of the previous day's events. Rosh sympathizes with Daniel only slightly, but without emotion. Daniel can't believe that Rosh doesn't act immediately to try to free Joel, but Rosh says he can't spare even one man to rescue Joel. When Daniel complains to Rosh that Joel deserves to be given a chance, Rosh repeats what he has said before, that...

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