The Bronze Bow - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 24 Summary

While spring brings beauty to Ketzah with its beautiful blue sky, the bright green grass, and colorful flowers, neither Leah nor Daniel see its beauty. They are both wrapped up in themselves, Daniel in his work and hatred, and Leah in her fear. The loom only gathers dust, and once again Daniel becomes a prisoner to his desire to fulfill his vow with vengeance.

One day the goat becomes ill and soon dies. Soon after that Leah becomes ill with fever and the physician, who attends her does not give Daniel much hope for her recovery. Daniel sees a chance for his release from his own personal prison if he no longer has to care for her, but at the same time he feels uneasiness inside. With her death another vengeance must be satisfied. As had Samson, she would die by the sword while not have had...

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