Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk: A Novel - Chapters 5-6, By Virtue of Which the Many Become One, Bully of the Heart Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5-6, By Virtue of Which the Many Become One, Bully of the Heart Summary

The squad arrives to the Thanksgiving Day buffet at the beginning of chapter 5. As they get their food, Billy realizes that the place makes him feel bad because it's run down and full of rich people who make him nervous. Although he feels as though he doesn't belong, Billy is surprised when the patrons give the squad a round of applause. Billy's thoughts alternate between what's happening at dinner and what's happened in the war, thinking that nothing in life seems real anymore except the memories of being in Iraq that are in his head. The squad listens as Stadium Club patrons and their wives stop by the table to express their thanks.

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