1. What does Daniel mean when he says that “the weakest one of them had defeated him”?
2. What is the only valuable object that Leah possessed? How is it symbolic?
3. How does Speare humanize the Roman soldier who comes to Daniel’s smithy?
4. Why do the village boys beat up Nathan?
5. What does Daniel give to Leah, and how does it affect her?
6. Why is the Good Samaritan parable important?
1. Leah, the weakest person Daniel knows, has compelled Daniel to leave his life on...
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