Witch Child - Study Guide Journey 3: Wilderness Summary & Analysis

Celia Rees
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In July 1659, Mary thinks of her grandmother's deserted cottage as they finally gather to leave town. As the large group advances slowly, Mary walks with Rebekah and Tobias, continuing until sunset when they set up camp. Some sleep under shelter while others sleep in the mild, open night. Mary writes by starlight. Though there are few roads, the way is open and easy to pass at first, but nothing could prepare the newcomers for the forest which hinders their progress even further. Two savages, the same boy and his grandfather that Mary saw in the market place, join them to act as their guides as it will be impossible to find the settlement without the natives' direction. Mary is surprised to realize that the boy speaks English, and she feels the same strangeness when the old man catches her eyes again. The next day, they...

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