The Courage of Sarah Noble - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Alice Dalgliesh
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Sarah’s father spends the next few days building a small shed and a fence before he tells Sarah that now he and Thomas must be away during the day to go and build the house. He asks if she is alright staying alone in the cabin and despite the fact that Sarah is uneasy about the idea she agrees nonetheless. As her father heads out with Thomas, Sarah takes out her bible and starts to read from it, remembering the times she would read to her doll Arabella and her younger sister. In the end though, Sarah feels alone and starts to read the story of Samuel. While she is reading Sarah starts to hear noises and before she can really understand what is going on she is surrounded by Native American children.

Despite being scared she begins to read the rest of...

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