Birdsong - Section 11: France 1917, Part 4, pages 339-374 Summary & Analysis

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Section 11: France 1917, Part 4, pages 339-374 Summary

Stephen is unsure about what to write to Jeanne, so deciding he must be formal for now, he tells her about his train journey to Boulogne. The next day, he continues to Folkestone by boat and takes a train to Norfolk where he buys two shirts despite the rude salesman. He boards the train for King's Lynn where he checks into the Blackbird Inn, but unable to sleep as he recalls scenes of death he has seen during the war, he takes a walk and sits on a bench, watching two boys play until the sun descends. Stephen returns to France a day early so he can visit Jeanne, and Jeanne assures him that Isabelle is very happy with Max now. Stephen wonders if she truly views him as a friend, but he feels tranquil...

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