Birdsong - Section 12: England 1978, Part 5, pages 377-403 Summary & Analysis

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Section 12: England 1978, Part 5, pages 377-403 Summary

Since Bob has had little progress in the two months since Elizabeth gave him the diary, she searches for other ways of making contact with the past. At the headquarters in Buckinghamshire, she convinces a young soldier to get her access to the regimental history where she finds Colonel Gray is the dominant name. Finding Gray in "Who's Who," she phones him and asks about Stephen. Gray says Wraysford was a strange man who was very self-contained and never wanted to go on leave. Mrs. Gray suggests Elizabeth contact Brennan, a soldier who fought with Stephen, at the Star and Garter veterans' home in Southland. Though the matron of the home says Brennan is barely worth visiting due to the psychological damage he received during the war, Elizabeth visits and explains to Brennan that she...

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