Fields of Fire - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

James Webb
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Chapter 26 Summary

Cannonball's brother had gone into the Army three years before he had enlisted in the Marines. His mother said the Army had ruined his brother, but he would never talk about his early discharge. Neither his mother nor Cannonball (Roland) had any idea what happened to him. A month after he returned, he moved away and never wrote or called. Cannonball was drafted when he was eighteen years old and went to his Reverend for advice. He told Cannonball he didn't have to go into the Army, so he joined the Marines.

Chapter 26 Analysis

This is a short chapter that sheds light on Cannonball's years prior to enlisting in the Marines. His brother had gone into the Army and came out different. He was filled with hate for the white man. Cannonball didn't want to end up like his brother, so he joined...

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