The Courage of Sarah Noble - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Alice Dalgliesh
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Sarah is back with her family around the fire as the other children are asleep in bed. Sarah’s mother laments on the fact that her father left Sarah with the Indians for a time and that they are heathens. However when Sarah and John defend the Indians and say that they are almost as good as her at being parents Sarah’s mother is less than pleased. Sarah stands up to say that she is going to put Arabella to bed.

Sarah’s parents look at her, and Sarah’s father remarks that she was too much like a woman during their trip and it is good to see that she is a child. Sarah replies that she is not much of a child now and someday soon wishes to be a mother of twelve children and be a teacher, perhaps to the...

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