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The Witch of Blackbird Pond Kit Tyler the main character of Elizabeth George Spears book The Witch of Blackbird Pond must leave her carefree life in tropical Barbados and go and live in Connecticut She learns that playing is what is to life but hard work She learns that if people do not know you that they pre judge you She also learns that if you dont live up to the Puritan life style that they will look down at you Kit must learn to cope and learn from all these changes in her life First of all her grandfather dies which leaves her as an orphan She byes a ticket to Connecticut where the last of her relatives live When she arrives she is hit with a new way of life In Barbados slaves did the work so Kit never worked before She comes dressed in a Silk dress which at that time was unacceptable in Connecticut When she arrives at her relatives house she is amazed how small in was compared to the house she lived in on Barbados Secondly she goes to church In Barbados her grandfather never stressed church as being important so this was a new experience When they started to sit down the family separated into two groups the men would go to the left while the women sat to the right of the aisles Then the Priest would talk about that Sundays lesson Then they went home and had Sundays dinner Then her uncle would read out of the Bible Then they would go to bed Thirdly the people never like people that never followed the rules One day when Kit was working in the field see was told a story of an old Quaker woman that lived by Blackbird Pond A Quaker was people that didnt come to Sunday services like the Puritans stated and wouldnt follow the Puritans way of life They said that this old
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