The Courage of Sarah Noble Quotes

Alice Dalgliesh
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Keep your courage up Sarah Noble.
-- Sarah (Chapter 1 paragraph Page 1)

Importance: This is arguably the most important quote because it serves to give Sarah the strength to keep going in difficult times. Sarah returns to the mantra throughout the book, and the phrase is also referenced in the title of the novel.

She is not my mother… her face is not like a mother’s face.
-- Sarah (Chapter 2 paragraph Page 7)

Importance: This serves to show that Sarah does not like Mistress Robinson's household and is convinced that her home will not be like that.

Mistress Robinson should teach her children to watch their words. She should watch her own. And there are people in this world who do not help other along the way, Sarah, while there are those who do. In our home all will be treated with kindness-always, Sarah. The Indians, too, and they will not harm us.
-- Father John (Chapter 3 paragraph Page 18)

Importance: This quote serves to show John’s view on Indians...

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