The Courage of Sarah Noble - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Alice Dalgliesh
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Sarah and her father arrive the next night at a small settlement with houses. Sarah remarks on how the candles look from the outside and asks her father to take her off the horse to walk to the cabin. When they arrive there a woman shows up in the doorway and lets them inside. There are four children, two boys and two girls, and their mother, Mrs. Robinson. Her husband is away. Sarah meets the children and Mistress Robinson wants to take Sarah’s cloak from her, but Sarah replies that she is cold and will keep it on.

Sarah and her father join the family around the table and Sarah finally allows them to take her cloak. Abigail, one of the children, takes it and hangs it up, remarking on how she wants a new cloak. Mistress Robinson put that to rest and...

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