Witch Child - Journey 1 Summary & Analysis

Celia Rees
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Journey 1 Summary

Mary wakes up as they arrive at an inn and her companion leads her into the inn without telling her where they are and assuring Mary that she will be well fed. Her companion leaves to attend to many things. She promises Mary will be safe with the landlady, Annie, and as Annie bathes Mary, she disregards the pouch Mary wears that her grandmother made her. The next day, Annie dresses Mary in plain colors, and when Mary's companion returns late in the day, she explains she is sending Mary to America as a puritan because England is no longer safe for the girl. She will travel as Mary Newbury, an orphan. As her companion provides Mary with money for the trip, she explains she owes Eliza, her former nurse, a great debt for helping her in a time of trouble, and since...

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