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  • The Bronze Bow
    In Chapter 11 of The Bronze Bow, Daniel's grandmother is buried, and Simon, the town's blacksmith, is the only one who comes to the "funeral feast." Simon, who has left his job as a blacksmith to...

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    In Chapter 5 of The Bronze Bow, Daniel leaves Rosh's camp on the mountain to go to search for Joel, who he hopes will join Rosh's band. In the city of Capernaum, Daniel cannot escape the sight of...

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    Daniel bar Jamin is lonely and bitter. Almost everyone in his family has died, both directly and indirectly, at the hands of the Romans. He is taken into slavery, but is able to escape. His...

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    In the first chapter of The Bronze Bow, Daniel meets a brother and sister, Joel and Malthace, on the mountain. He asks them to send word to Simon in the village, a mutual acquaintance, letting him...

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    In Chapter 16, Daniel has been sent to Joel with a message from Rosh. The message is an assignment to gain information Rosh wants that presumably will help in Rosh's campaign to overthrow Roman...

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    In the beginning of The Bronze Bow, Daniel, the protagonist, lives in the mountain camp of Rosh, who leads a band of men dedicated to overthrowing Roman rule. Daniel's mountain home is rustic, but...

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    When Daniel is taken to the temple by Simon to see Jesus of Nazareth in Elizabeth George Speare's The Bronze Bow, he is initially uninterested. Jesus arrives dressed plainly, and as he begins to...

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    Daniel, the protagonist of The Bronze Bow, is living on a mountain in a camp with some bandits as the book opens. We know he hates the Romans and believes that Rosh, the head of the bandits, is the...

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    Daniel breaks a religious rule in Chapter 7 of The Bronze Bow. In Chapter 6, Daniel has an interaction with a Roman soldier that results in Daniel getting wounded by a spear. He flees and manages...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    In Chapter 5, Daniel has gone on a mission to see Joel, hoping that he can recruit Joel to join in Rosh's cause. He meets Joel's father, Hezron, and says things that upset him. He leaves in shame...

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    In the beginning of The Bronze Bow, Daniel is living with a group of bandits led by "Rosh the outlaw." Daniel gives all his allegiance to Rosh and tries to recruit others to join Rosh's band....

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    Elizabeth George Speare, author of The Bronze Bow, creates suspense for readers by not answering all their questions about Daniel at the beginning. During the first two chapters, Daniel meets Joel...

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    In Chapter 12 of The Bronze Bow, Daniel begins to use his blacksmith shop as a meeting place for young men who want to unite together to fight against Roman oppression. First Joel brings Kemuel to...

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    In Chapter 9, Daniel is given his first solo job to do for Rosh. He is to ambush a lone man who will be walking on a certain road, take his money, and return to camp with it. Daniel feels "uneasy"...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    The word "bellows" can be a verb (an action word) or a noun (a thing). When the word is used in Elizabeth George Speare's novel The Bronze Bow, it is used as a noun. Daniel, the main character, is...

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    In the context of your question, you are speaking about Chapter 2 in this impeccable piece of historical fiction set in the time of Christ called The Bronze Bow by Elizabeth George Speare. Even...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    Rosh is the leader of a group of bandits who live on a mountain. Daniel lives with Rosh at the beginning of The Bronze Bow. When Daniel ran away from his master, Amalek, to the mountain, Rosh found...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    In chapters 1 - 4 of The Bronze Bow, Daniel lives on the mountain and is part of Rosh's band. It is clear from statements he makes to Joel, Samson, and Simon and from the thoughts that he thinks...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    When the novel begins, Daniel is living in a mountain camp with Rosh's band; he has not been to his home in the village for two years. We learn in a flashback that Daniel has had a very traumatic...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    By chapters 5 and 6 of Elizabeth George Speare's The Bronze Bow, we learn that Malthace, called Thacia for short, feels torn between following the Jewish Law and desiring to conquer the Romans. In...

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    In Chapter 11, Daniel and his sister, Leah, move to Simon's house, which is directly connected to the shop Daniel will work in. Both the house and the shop belong to Simon, who has asked Daniel to...

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    Due to his size and capacity to be physically useful to the band of Zealots, Rosh thinks that Samson (the slave) would prove a valuable addition to his arsenal of manpower.Indeed, as time...

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    With the harvest season of Nisan drawing to a close, Daniel becomes impatient to take the fight to the Romans. He doesn't understand why Rosh lingers in the mountains, giving everyone seemingly...

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    In Chapter 6, Daniel comes to Joel's house after he has been wounded in a skirmish with a Roman soldier. Daniel has previously made a poor impression on Joel's father, so it is risky for him to...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    Rosh wants to know who is going to the banquet so that he can steal from the men who will be away from their homes. In the story, Mattathias, a wealthy banker, is giving a banquet for a legation...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    In The Bronze Bow, Rosh accuses Daniel of having a 'soft streak.' He tells Daniel that this softness is like 'a bad streak in a piece of metal.' Here, Rosh is using the language of the blacksmith:...

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    In Chapter 1, Daniel encounters Joel bar Hezron and his sister, Malthace, on the mountain. When he sees Joel and Malthace, Daniel wonders about their reasons for climbing up the mountain....

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  • The Bronze Bow
    In Chapter 4, Daniel returns to the village where his grandmother and sister live, the village he ran away from two years ago. He is unhappy at his former home because his sister's health and...

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    Joel met Daniel in the mountainside around Galilee. Daniel’s father and uncle were killed by Roman soldiers and his mother died after suffering from a short illness. Daniel and his sister were...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    Elizabeth George Speare's The Bronze Bow is a book set in ancient Judaea, describing the rise of Christianity through the eyes of Daniel bar Jamin, a young Jewish boy. Its description of the...

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    Hello! In 'The Bronze Bow,' Rosh is the militant leader of the Zealots. Daniel is drawn to Rosh because he is fearless and is serious about freeing Israel from Roman occupation. However, Rosh is...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    Hello! When Daniel visits Joel at his house (in order to recruit him for the Zealot cause), he is first greeted at the door by Malthace, whom everyone calls Thacia. Thacia is Joel's sister. At...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    Hello! You asked about five emotions or events Daniel experienced in The Bronze Bow. 1) He is angry with the Romans. Daniel's uncle used part of the money he saved (for paying taxes) to buy a shawl...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    Hello! In Chapter 16 of 'The Bronze Bow,' Daniel, Joel and Thacia meet in secret. Their leader, Rosh, wants to know all the names of the men who will be going to Mattathias' banquet; the banquet is...

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    Hello! When the leader of the Zealots, Rosh, tells Daniel to fix his favorite dagger, Daniel has no choice but to do as he is told. Although Daniel tells Rosh that he does not have the right tools...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    The Bronze Bow is a historical young-adult novel by Elizabeth George Speare set in the time of Jesus. Daniel, whose family is killed by the Romans, does not vow to fight for Jesus, as he does not...

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  • The Bronze Bow
    Hello! In The Bronze Bow, Daniel finally arrives at Joel's house. Joel's sister, Malthace, answers the door, but visibly shrinks from Daniel. He is embarrassed and angry to be treated this way, but...

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    Hello! In The Bronze Bow, Chapter 22 begins with excitement: it is the fifteenth day of Tishri, the Day of Atonement, and among other festivities, there will be young girls dancing in the vineyard....

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    Hello! In Chapter 11 of The Bronze Bow, we read that Daniel will be taking over Simon the Zealot's business while Simon leaves to become a disciple of Jesus Christ. Simon generously offers Daniel...

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    Simon wants Daniel to go with him to the synagogue to her Jesus preach. Simon tells Daniel he wants him to go to the synagogue with him. Daniel scoffs at the idea, telling him he hasn’t been to...

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    One approach to the Romans is embodied in the thought of Rosh. Isolated from others except for leading a band of outlaw rebels, Rosh demonstrates how the poison of the world around the individual...

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    Chapter One clearly indicates that the conflict Daniel has is with the Romans who have taken over his land and ensured that no Jew can be free and have possession of their own territory. Note how...

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    In Elizabeth Speares novel for young adult readers 'The Bronze Bow' her main character Daniel is given a helper called Samson but Daniel is conflicted about his feelings about the helper and often...

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    The main conflict is between Daniel and the Romans. A conflict is a struggle between opposing forces. This can be between two characters, between a character and his or her self, or between a...

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    There are a few different summaries as well as other information about The Bronze Bow right here on eNotes: http://www.enotes.com/topics/bronze-bow/summary

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    The word count is how many words are in a document or a book, or even a paragraph or line. Usually, when teacher talks about word count, he/she is talking about minimum length requirements when...

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    The text gives no clear and detailed description of the camp of Rosh's rebels. Mention is made of a cave that appears to be the centre of the camp on the mountains and which provides shelter to...

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    The answer to this question can be found in Chapter 20 of this text. This is the last time that Daniel and Joel actually meet in the text, as Joel explains that he has ran away from his father to...

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    Daniel has lived his entire life in pursuit of one goal: revenge against the Romans who killed his father and uncle. Because of this, he doesn't see himself as a worthy prospect for marriage, not...

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    The character of Rosh is a fascinating example of somebody that changes in Daniel's estimation as the novel progresses. At the beginning, Rosh represents to Daniel a leader who is almost god-like...

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