Fields of Fire - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

James Webb
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Chapter 33 Summary

Hodges runs into an old classmate while he's waiting to be sent to the Arizona for another time. His classmate was never someone he really knew, nor was really a good friend. However, he's happy to see him and looks at him like he's seeing himself when he had first arrived. This classmate reiterates the information he has read about the number of Marines dead and in what length of time. He reiterates what he's read and makes it sound so sensible.

Chapter 33 Analysis

Hodges has been in for long enough to not understand anything about Vietnam any longer. He looks at his friend and listens to someone he doesn't even know any more. This feeling solidifies the fact that he's now closer to his buddies, who actually know what he's been through. His past feels lost to him.

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