Woods Runner - Chapter13, New York City and Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter13, New York City and Chapter 14 Summary

As Chapter 13 opens, Samuel and Annie are looking at two signs nailed to a tree. One points south to Philadelphia and is marked 41 miles. The other points east to New York City and is marked 38 miles. They duck back into the brush to discuss what to do. Samuel thinks he ought to take Annie to Philadelphia which is held by the Americans and where she will be safe. Annie insists that she stay with Samuel and go to New York. "We go to New York to get our ma and pa," she says (p. 74) and Samuel realizes she has started to think of his parents as her own. Thinking of what she has been through, he decides he is proud to have her as a sister.

They set off in the brush along...

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