1. Why does he yell at her to be quiet and how does she react?
He yells at her to be quiet because her singing woke everyone up, and when he yells at her again the next night, she wonders if she was singing the same song since she has the same dream nearly every night where everything is white, including her red-headed friend, Ada.
2. Why does he go to sleep in her room and what do they discuss when he wakes again?
Though he enjoys making her laugh, he is unable to stay awake, the journey from his room leaving him exhausted. When her voice wakes him, they discuss their illnesses and the war.
3. What does he find the next night when he returns to her room and what do they do?
The next night, he returns to complain about her singing but finds her sitting up, awake and waiting for him. The trembling will not stop, and their speech is choppy as they talk.
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