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The Bronze Bow Literature Unit

 

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The Bronze Bow Literature Unit

By Elizabeth George Speare

The Bronze Bow is an excellent novel by Elizabeth George Speare. This is an extremely engaging story which will capture the heart of every reader. Within the pages of The Bronze Bow, the reader will see evidence of determination, courage, love, hate, zeal, and self-introspection within the diverse characters. Daniel, the main character, is forced to make life-altering decisions that will not only affect himself, but also the lives of many other characters in the novel. His decisions affect his close relatives, his band of rebels, the village people, and his best friends. Daniel’s deep friendships with Joel, Thacia, and Samson are built upon trust, respect, and devotion to one another. The intense bond that a reader feels amongst the characters is a result of the adventurous and dangerous situations they experience together. One truly feels as if they are a part of the story, watching it unravel page by page. Daniel is a perfect example of a person who really battles with right and wrong, and wrestles with his own stubborn will, as so many of us can relate to. Throughout The Bronze Bow Daniel has encounters with a man named Jesus of Nazareth. As Daniel begins to experience more and more hardships his encounters with Jesus become more frequent. He then begins to seek a miracle-making man to glean advice from his wisdom. Daniel thought he had one vengeful purpose figured out for himself, but then he realizes that he was completely wrong.

 

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