I Am David - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Anne Holm
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The next day, after another night of travel, David considers what to do next, determined to keep making his own decisions. At this point, narration reveals that "the man" who had helped him to freedom had been the camp commandant. Realizing that the man had told the truth about the bundle, among other things, leads David to realize that he should probably believe that the man was also right when he urged David to go to Denmark. As he prepares to leave, however, he slips on a rock and drops his compass into the sea. He immediately becomes desperately worried about how he will manage without it, and says, out loud, "Oh God" (see "Quotes," p. 55). This leads him to consider that maybe he should have a god to help him through difficult times, and after considering the various gods prayed to by the men and women...

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