The Courage of Sarah Noble Setting

Alice Dalgliesh
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Wilderness

The wilderness is where a fair time of the story is spent. It serves as a reminder to Sarah that she is no longer home and as such must be careful and keep her wits about her. It also serves to be a reminder for the reader that Sarah is still a child. The prime example of this is when Sarah hears noises in the night and calls for her father, scared. It also can be linked to reality for Sarah, seeing as everything is more real to Sarah in the wilderness, from the animals she sees along the way to the Native Americans living just beyond the bend.

New Milford, Connecticut

New Milford, Connecticut is the land Sarah and her father are traveling to. John Noble bought a piece of land there to build a new house on it. In Connecticut there are Indians living just beyond...

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