Describe how Daniel changes throughout the novel The Bronze Bow.

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At the start of the story, Daniel is young, immature, and full of rage. He's profoundly dissatisfied with life under the Roman occupation and wants nothing more than to join with the zealots in driving the oppressors from Israel once and for all. To that end, he dedicates himself to pursuing a life of violence, as this is the only way he sees of achieving this goal.

But over the course of the book, Daniel experiences profound change. He comes to see that the life he's chosen isn't the right one. As well as being dangerous, it simply leads to an ever greater spiral of violence and bloodshed, with no end in sight. Gradually, Daniel turns his back on the life of the zealot and takes his first faltering steps on the...

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