Alex and Eliza: A Love Story - Chapter 29-38 Summary & Analysis

Melissa de la Cruz
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Chapter 29, “Tortoise and Hair,” is told from Alex’s perspective. Alex showed up to the meeting to discuss a prisoner trade, but General Von Knyphausen refused to meet with Alex, who was below him in station. Alex was disappointed, and upset that he had to go back to Morristown and witness Eliza’s wedding. He and Larpent went back to headquarters, and Alex found out that Henry was having his bachelor party in the barn, and that the wounded soldiers had been moved to the whorehouse. He wanted to challenge Henry to a duel, but Larpent warned him against doing so. Nonetheless, Alex rode to the barn, intending to insult Henry and force him to call him out for a duel. But when he arrived, a drunk Corporal Weston told him that Henry and Eliza had eloped.

Chapter 30, “Taking Liberties,” is told from...

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