Witch Child - Settlement, pages 223-240 Summary & Analysis

Celia Rees
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Settlement, pages 223-240 Summary

Mary listens for Jaybird, wanting to warn him though Martha has forbidden her to enter the forest. When she hears him, Mary meets Jaybird at the edge of the forest where he gives her a gift of moccasins, yet she barely has time to warn him before Martha calls her. Martha worries that Mary was conjuring, but Mary assures her she is not so stupid; however, Martha argues that Mary was stupid enough to write that she is a witch, and they will all be hanged if it is found. Mary stops Martha from destroying her journal, promising to do so herself, and though Mary intends to do what Martha expects, she is lonely and feeling like her mother is with her, she sees the cloth they are using to make her quilt and decides what to do. Mary...

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