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I Am David Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

Anne Holm
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Chapter 4 Summary

As he travels through a forest, David comes across a large, beautiful building that looks almost like a church but which he realizes is a house. Narration comments on how he dislikes the idea of being in a house surrounded by walls which limit his freedom, and on the beautiful sound coming from the house which he realizes is music. His thoughts are interrupted when he is attacked by a dark haired boy, who accuses him of trespassing and, when David doesn't fight back, of being scared. David says he doesn't fight back because that would make him as bad and as violent as the boy, but adds that he can easily run off, which he does. He discovers a stream, and washes himself and his clothes in the same way as he did after he left the camp, and for similar reasons - he wants to...

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