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The Fighting Ground Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 64 through 76 Summary

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Pages 64 through 76 Summary

4:10

The Hessians, with Jonathan in tow, head back down the road towards Pennington. They are being drenched by the heavy rain pouring down. The young soldier finds a large pine tree with a dry spot underneath. The soldiers and Jonathan sit down in the shelter to wait out the rain. Jonathan is fearing for his life. What do they have planned for him?

4:30

The rain is becoming lighter but the daylight is fading. Jonathan evaluates the three Hessians. The oldest one worries Jonathan the most with his tense manner and large mustache. The tall one is menacing because of his size and the scar on his cheek. The youngest one seems the least threatening. But can Jonathan trust him?

Jonathan doesn't feel threatened but he has heard many tales about the vicious Hessians. They sometimes hang their prisoners or send them into slavery in far...

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The Fighting Ground from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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