Heroes of the Frontier - Chapters XI - XV Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XI begins with Paul sitting in the passenger seat reading from the Old West magazine about people searching for ancestors or lost friends. Ana watches ATVs drive along the side of the road and comments that she wants one. Paul dismisses her by saying she is only five. Paul then talks to Josie about school and that some of the children there have parents in jail. Josie thinks about parents choosing private schools and homeschooling to avoid such children.

Paul sees a sign for an archery place and asks Josie to stop. He seldom asks for anything, so she does. There is no one there, but Paul finds a bow and some arrows in the field. Josie allows the children to shoot at targets for a while. As she watches the children play, Josie thinks that achieving moments like this...

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