The Fighting Ground - Study Guide Pages 90 through 102 Summary & Analysis

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The soldiers are drifting off. Jonathan is upset with the distant attitude of the soldiers. He still suspects they may have had a hand in the death of the child's parents. Jonathan picks up a shovel and motions to the oldest soldier that he intends to bury the people. He takes the little boy outside with him. He begins digging the graves as the little boy watches at first but then falls asleep by his dead mother.

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Jonathan is exhausted. He cannot finish the digging by himself. He goes inside and pleads for help. The old soldier finally understands what he wants. He wakes the young soldier and orders to help Jonathan.

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The young soldier does most of the remaining digging. Once he determines that the grave is deep enough, he motions Jonathan to help him with the bodies. They put the man in first...

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