I Am David - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Anne Holm
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Chapter 2 Summary

As he sits looking at the beauty spread out before him, David is surprised to realize that he is weeping. After brushing away his tears, he goes to the nearby stream, strips off his clothes and, using the soap given to him by the man, fiercely scrubs both himself and what he had been wearing in order to cleanse himself of the smell of the camp (see "Quotes," p. 32). He then finds a perfect place to hide - a small cave that he decides to carefully climb to in spite of a powerful sense of reluctance (see "Quotes," p. 32 - 33). Once inside the cave he unpacks his bundle of belongings, placing its contents carefully where he can see them, and thinks about the camp from which he came (see "Quotes," p. 39 - 40) and what advantages and skills he has, including the various languages he learned from listening...

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