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The Sacrifice - Study Guide Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seven

The children were all worried about their mother. Dr. Cushman told Francis that he could not guarantee that Hannah would make it. The child she was carrying might also be suffering. Abby was shocked. She didn't know that her mother was with child. Weeks passed and Abby and Dorothy took over all of their mother's chores. Aunt Elizabeth came by and helped, too. Grandpappy came by every night for dinner and to pray for his daughter's recovery. Francis was worried. He brought Hannah bouquets of wild flowers. Abby continued to fight the anger she felt for Francis. Hannah began to slowly recover. Abby was so relieved that she wouldn't be losing her mother that she vowed to never race again.

Chapter Eight

Edward began to walk that summer. Hannah was still weak and was learning to walk again herself. Francis took her for...

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