Only when she is with the one person in her life who is as much of an outsider as he is, the native boy Caleb, does she feel as though she can be truly everything she is. ... a young native boy, Cheeshahteumauk, who befriends Bethia one day while she is out riding with her horse along the beach. In his own way, Caleb is as much of an outsider in his community as Bethia is in hers - while she is interested in ... But because he is a man, he is free to fight back against those challenges.
|Title||:||Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks | Summary & Study Guide|
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