Number the Stars - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Annemarie realizes how cold the dawn is as she hurries along the path. She does her best to run, but it is difficult in the still-dark dawn to run without falling. She tells herself the story of Little Red Riding-Hood to comfort herself in the dark forest. She knows the woods well and is usually unafraid. These woods are not filled with dangerous animals like wolves, but they might be filled with German soldiers. At a fork in the path, she chooses the path that winds deeper into the woods, rather than risk being seen running along the road to the harbor where the other path leads. As the light increases, she picks up speed. She's nearly at the end of the Red Riding-Hood tale, and the harbor is just around the bend. She gets to the part in the story where Red Riding-Hood hears a noise...

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