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The Child Finder - Chapters 3-5 Summary & Analysis

Rene Denfeld
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In Chapter 3, Madison woke without fever or pain and considered that she has been reborn. She knew about fairy tales, including stories of children created from dough, mud, or ice. She found an outline in the wall, and felt sure another child had written it. Mr. B raped her at night, but he was gone in the morning when she woke. He never responded when she spoke. She came to understand that he could not hear. Also, he could he read what she carved into the walls. She was so lonely when he was gone that she began to crave his presence. Since she knew that the girl named Madison would not survive here, she reaffirmed her identity as "snow girl."

Naomi's perspective returns. After Ranger Dave says there was no official census of people who lived in the forest, Naomi goes to...

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