The Sign of the Beaver - Study Guide Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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Matt finally completes his abridged version of Robinson Crusoe with Attean. Both boys are sad to see it end, and Attean admits that he has been relaying each day's lesson to the people in his camp around the fire each night. Matt realizes that he has only one other book, the Bible. All of sudden he remembers that many of the stories in the Bible have a lot of action and are very interesting.

At the next lesson, Matt relays a Bible story to Attean, that of Noah and the ark. Afterwards, Attean says that his people have a very old story that is much like that of Noah. He tells Matt the story as well as he can using the white man's words, and Matt is amazed that they parallel each other so closely. Matt wonders if the Indians have other stories like that and how...

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