The Courage of Sarah Noble - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Alice Dalgliesh
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Summary

It’s the first night without her father and Sarah remarks on the strangeness of it all. She had spent the day playing with the Indian children and felt fine, but when she is at dinner Sarah cannot help but think of her own family. She misses her own family but remarks on how nice Tall John and his family are but also how different they are. As she is brushing out her hair the children come close to touch it, fascinated. Then as Sarah is saying her prayers she begins to cry, missing her father as she prays for them and for the Indians. She drifts off to sleep and Tall John explains to his children that Sarah was praying to the Great Spirit just as they do.

Analysis

This is the first time that Sarah is truly on her own and it...

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