The Fighting Ground Discussion Questions

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1. Why is Jonathan, who is afraid of the Hessian soldiers, glad to be with them?

2. Why does the party attacking the Hessians begin to question the Corporal?

3. Why does Jonathan try to warn the Hessian soldiers?

4. What does the character of the orphaned young boy add to the story? Why were his parents killed?

5. Jonathan does not understand his father's fear until he has experienced war for himself. What does he discover to be his father's greatest fear?

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