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Captain Bodien had retired from Rausch Cordage Company, which had undergone changes under the management of the younger generation of Rausches. The young Ludwig, now about thirty, falls in love with Melissa Patton, who is now assisting Ruhamah in the library. Bodien dies with Tucker as the physician and Tucker makes the statement that the event was "the death of an old soldier." Soon after, Bodien's great-granddaughter, Theresa Stevens, asks Tucker about her grandfather's death. He is initially reluctant to talk about it with the young girl but learns that she is writing a book about Captain Bodien and relents. She asks that he not tell anyone about her project, fearing that it won't come to pass or won't be accepted for publication if she does finish it.

Sally is becoming more crippled with arthritis, though she personally puts it down to being "fat and...

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