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The Sacrifice Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

Chapter Five

In the middle of Sabbath dinner, there was a muffled noise outside. Hannah was on one side of Francis and Daniel on the other as they helped him toward the house. Francis was still mumbling and appeared dazed. Grandpappy was a big man and went outside and picked Francis up like he was a baby and carried him upstairs. Hannah was cold and wet and weary. Aunt Elizabeth insisted that Hannah warm herself by the fire and eat dinner. She would attend to Francis.

Hannah sat by the fire and ate. She wanted to know how Abigail fared at the Sabbath service. Dorothy told her that Abby got no tongue-lashing and that Grandpappy was worried about the witches in Salem Village. Grandpappy wouldn't discuss it but wanted to know if anyone else had witnessed Francis during his fit. Unfortunately, Francis had been hallucinating...

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