The War That Saved My Life - Chapters 15-17 Summary & Analysis

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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In Chapter 15, Ada watched as a spooked horse threw its rider and then jumped the wall into Butter’s pasture. Ada discovered the rider, the iron faced lady's daughter, was hurt. Ada went for the horse. Since her foot hurt so badly she decided to ride him instead of leading him back to his mistress. Just out of curiosity she jumped the stone wall, laughing as she realized what it was like to go fast without hurting. The girl didn’t think she could ride alone so she got into the saddle behind Ada.

As they made their way back to the girl’s house the two talked. Ada learned the girl’s name was Margaret and that her mother was the head of the women’s volunteer service. She worked hard because she didn’t want to think about Jonathan, her son...

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