The Witch of Blackbird Pond
By clairenms, Updated
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You really understand me!
I declare Kit Tyler not guilty!
Kit isn't a witch! She's one of the kindest people I know!
Kit, will you marry me?
Yes! I know what I want now!
Kit befriends an old Quaker woman who is thought to be a witch, Hannah, and talks to her about her dilemma with not fitting in. Hannah doesn't fit in well either and they get along. But because of their friendship, Kit is thought to be a witch too.
During Kit's trial, a young girl who Kit taught to read, Prudence, testifies for in Kit's defense. Kit is set free and goes home. In the next few weeks, she starts to realize that she wants to go back to the Barbados.
In the end, Nat comes to Connecticut to see Kit and asks her to marry him. Kit accepts because she realizes that she really didn't want to go to the Barbados; she wanted someone to accept her and love her.
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