Prentice Alvin - Study Guide Chapter 3, Lies & Chapter 4, Modesty Summary & Analysis

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Alvin is on his way, traveling the four hundred miles from Vigor Church to Hatrack River. After a few miles, he has given away his food, boots, and possessions to poor travelers that he meets on the road, and then he leaves the road to run through the woods. A year ago, Alvin's entire village massacred an Indian tribe in the war, and they are all under a curse now, so that if they do not tell every visitor the story of what they have done, the blood will be on their hands. Having spent time with Indians, learning their green magic, Alvin can run through the woods at amazing speeds, never tiring, losing his sense of self in a dream of the landscape. In this way, he makes the trip in less than two days, walking the final few miles...

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