The Courage of Sarah Noble - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Alice Dalgliesh
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Sarah and her father arrive at the small plot of land that they will build the cabin on. For the night they go ahead and have a makeshift camp by the cave and plan that tomorrow Sarah’s father will go and build a shed and a fence. That night they make a small fire and eat bean porridge listening to the sounds of the forest. Later on that night when the two head to bed Sarah is once more frightened by the sounds of the night. She starts to tell her father not to be afraid as she talks all about what she believes the sounds to be: an owl falling, a woodchuck, and then what she finally realizes is a skunk. The two of them laugh and her father says that he’s lucky to have her here to keep him from...

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