The Secret River - Part Three: A Clearing in the Forest p. 127-159 Summary & Analysis

Kate Grenville
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As they sailed toward their new home, Sal sat turned watching the settlement at Sydney disappear from sight. She was holding the family’s newest baby, a girl named Mary. He loved Sal for the steel she had in her. Dick asked Thornhill if the savages would try to eat him. Thornhill thought of the gun that he had wrapped up in a piece of canvas. He’d bought it just in case but didn’t believe he’d really be able to shoot anyone. Thornhill had to fight the tide to get the boat to land. When he did land on the property he wanted, he jumped from the boat and had to struggle through mud to get to dry ground. He used the heel of his boot to draw a square in the ground...

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