War Comes to Willy Freeman - Study Guide Chapters 8 through 10 Summary & Analysis

James Collier
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In chapter eight, Willy realizes that she's safer if she pretends to be a boy. She wants to cross into New York but sees the ferry and knows she won't have the money to pay for the crossing. She's offered a ride by a young boy driving a wagon loaded with wood. The boy is about Willy's age and introduces himself as Horace. He begins to question Willy and she knows that he doesn't really believe the story she tells. She says that she works in New York for Sam Fraunces, that her money has been stolen and that she hasn't the money for the ferry. Horace says that Willy has to become a better liar. He says the first problem is that he works for Sam Fraunces and so he knows that she doesn't. He then begins to tell Willy the key to telling...

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