In the Bronze Bow, how was the conflict resolved?

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The primary conflict in Elizabeth George Speare's novel The Bronze Bow is the internal conflict Daniel experiences with himself. He has become so consumed by hatred of the Romans and his desire for revenge that he cannot lead a normal life. Even an insignificant encounter with a Roman soldier can ruin his mood for days, and his exaggerated reaction to a soldier results in a serious wound that could have been fatal. His outburst at Leah when he learns she has taken a gift from a Roman soldier...

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