The Fighting Ground - Pages 129 through 141 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 129 through 141 Summary

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Jonathan had drifted off but is startled awake by the gentle touch of the Corporal. He is surprised at the kind treatment by the Corporal who tells him not to fret—that he had done a good job. The Corporal tells him that it is time to go after the Hessians. Jonathan again tells the Corporal he wants to go home. But the Corporal is not moved—Jonathan must go. Jonathan learns that the Frenchman has taken the boy home to his wife to care for. Jonathan wishes he could go home, too.

5:00

Jonathan, the Corporal and several other men are heading to the house where the Hessians are asleep. The Corporal orders them to move quickly before the Hessians awake. The soldiers' guns are all ready to fire.

5:30

Jonathan tells the men that the small house does not have a back door...

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