American War - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Omar El Akkad
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Sarat frantically flees the assassination site at Halfway and buries her rifle on her way home. Back at the Charity House, Sarat bathes in the nearby river and thinks proudly about the assassination and about the watchtower guards. She tells Dana that she does not trust Karina, because the latter “doesn’t care who wins” (198) in the war. Sarat and Dana go to August, a town that buzzes with bars and nightlife. They encounter a group of prominent rebels, all of whom are men. Sarat and Dana are highly respected by the group because they are “survivors of the Camp Patience massacre and proud patriots of the Southern nation” (202). The leader of the group, Adam Bragg Jr., who is the son of the United Rebel commander, tells Sarat that his father wants to meet her. He figures out that Sarat was the one who...

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