Question: English & Literature

In Killer Angels, what concerns Armistead about the battle?
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He knows he will be facing his old friend, General Hancock. He also has the feeling that he is going to die in this battle and it unnerves him. Longstreet is crying in the woods, and this also adds to Armistead's trepidation about the upcoming battle. 

MHood2 | 688 days ago