Witch Child - Journey 2: the Voyage, pages 43-60 Summary & Analysis

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Journey 2: the Voyage, pages 43-60 Summary

As March 1659 continues, the sailors praise the pastor's prayers for working, but Mary dreams of women watching from the coast and knows they were sent by her mother to protect her since E is a powerful witch and Mary is her daughter. The ship seems smaller as they get out to see, and when Elias Cornwell is afflicted with seasickness, it falls to Mary to care for him. Noticing her examining his books, Elias is surprised to learn that Mary can read and write, so he asks her to scribe his daily journal of the journey for him since he is too ill to write. Mary scribes for Elias Cornwell daily, helping Martha the rest of the time. Though Martha knows everyone, Mary does not make many acquaintances. Jonah, an apothecary, helps Martha tend to...

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