Fallen Angels - Chapter 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4: Sergeant Simpson and Lieutenant Carroll put Jenkins’ body in a body bag. Richie is shaken up by the whole incident and Monaco tries to comfort him. Lieutenant Carroll comes into the bunks and says a prayer for Jenkins. In the prayer, he calls Jenkins an “angel warrior.” The next morning, Richie asks Carroll why he called Jenkins that and Carroll explains that is the term his father used to use for soldiers because they are usually boys, not old enough to vote. Later in the day, the young men and Carroll discuss theology. Brewster, called Brew, tells Carroll he got a letter from a theology school in Virginia that will keep his spot open for six months. Carroll says he thought about going to theology school before but now he is a changed person. When Carroll leaves, another soldier named Walowick explains the lieutenant used to...

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