The Witch of Blackbird Pond - Study Guide Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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Rachel and Mercy make Kit a plain calico dress, so she no longer has to ruin her fine clothes in hard work. She no longer sticks out so much, as she is wearing the same clothes as the other women.

One day, Judith and Kit are sent out to the meadows to weed the onion fields. Kit is delighted to be out in nature on such a sunny day. The nature and the sun give her a sense of freedom and remind her of her happy life in Barbados. When the girls come to the Great Meadow, the beauty of the green fields stuns Kit. Judith informs her that the soil is very fertile, but that no one lives there because, in spring, it always floods. The settlers have rights to plots of this land to work on. Matthew Wood will have a right to a bigger...

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