The War That Saved My Life - Chapters 18-21 Summary & Analysis

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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In Chapter 18, when Miss Smith saw the welt on Jamie’s wrist, he wouldn’t tell what happened to him. The next day Ada went with Miss Smith to take Jamie to school. After taking Jamie to his room Miss Smith and Ada went for a cup of tea. When they finished their tea they went back to the school. Miss Smith went into Jamie’s classroom and discovered that the teacher had tied his left hand to his chair to keep him from writing with it. Miss Smith untied Jamie and comforted him. The teacher was angry with Miss Smith for interfering. She said if Jamie would obey her and not use his left hand she wouldn’t have to tie it down. The teacher insisted that left handedness was the mark of the devil. Ada goes on to narrate how Miss...

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