The Bronze Bow - Study Guide Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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Several days later Daniel finds himself only able to do minor tasks due to the wounds he received trying to rescue Joel. He has much time to think, and he continually feels sorrow in the losing of Samson, Nathan, and for Nathan's new bride. Joktan moves onto the roof with Daniel, but cannot enter the house though he does make many friends in the village. Daniel spends a great deal of time thinking of what he has learned in the last few months. One thing he remembers are the words of Jesus, when he said "They who live by the sword will perish by the sword."

Joel has as not been seen until late one night, when he appears at Daniel's shop. He says that he has told his father everything, and relates to Daniel that his father has forgiven him and told him from now on...

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