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Blackout - Kent—April 1944 Summary & Analysis

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Kent—April 1944 Summary

Worthing is writing his stories for the newspaper when Cess comes in to say that they have to say that the tanks are here and they have to blow them up. Worthing tries to get Cess to take a bunch of different people before he finally relents. Before leaving, Worthing puts his work into a folder and locks it under a stack of other things in his desk drawer.

With the thick fog, it takes longer than it should to get to the field. The two men start blowing up inflatable tanks and set out a phonograph playing tank noises. Worthing also have a machine, similar to a lawn mower to make "tank tracks" in the mud of the cow pasture where they have arranged to use the property with the farmer. When they are done, Worthing goes back...

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