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In Katherine Paterson's children's novel Bridge to Terabithia, how has Terabithia changed since Jesse was last there with Leslie?

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In Chapter 3 of Katherine Paterson's Bridge to Terabithia, the first time both Jesse and Leslie enter the section of the woods they dub Terabithia, Jesse notes that the woods are dark and frightening , "like being under water," but bravely follows Leslie into the woods anyway. He further notes the "ever-darkening columns of tall pines" and the various types of trees: the dogwoods, the redwoods, the oaks, and the evergreens. He further notes that the "sun flung itself in golden streams through the trees to splash warmly at their feet" (p....

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