The Door in the Wall - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Marguerite De Angeli
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Chapter 8 Summary

Robin is learning how to shoot a bow and arrow and is quite good. While he likes the new skill, he is very focused on the finishing the harp and learning new songs. Robin is also growing stronger and is able to swim faster than ever, walk down the stairs, and beat the other boys at most games, even on crutches. Besides the kids, Robin has a new friend in Alan-at-the-Gate. Alan lets Robin come and go from the gates as he pleases and, in return, Robin always carries some of the sweets that Alan loves.

Finally, it is time for John to visit his mother. After showing Robin how to string the harp and making sure he knows how to get to John's mother's house in case he needs help, John leaves. During dinner that night, Adam the Bowman runs in and...

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