The Courage of Sarah Noble - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Alice Dalgliesh
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It’s fall and the house is finished. Sarah, her father, and Tall John are there admiring it before Sarah asks when the family will be coming to live in it. However her father tells her that he is going to fetch their family but she will have to stay there with the house with Tall John and his Squaw, who will look after her. Sarah tells him that she is afraid but he reassures her. Sarah's father tells her that continuing ahead despite being afraid is the best kind of courage.

The next day Sarah and her father say farewell, but she says that while she likes Tall John and his squaw she’s worried about whether or not the Indians from the north will come down. She says that Tall John is scared of them, too. Her father says farewell and not...

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