Forge - Part 2, Chapters 14-19 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 14, Curzon was in a good mood as the soldiers with whom he traveled got closer to their winter camp. He remembered that he and the soldiers had a good time in Morristown during the last winter. He recalled regular rations, plenty of firewood and readily available clothes and blankets. Because the soldiers had tattered clothes and worn blankets, they looked forward to the promise of new things. At the time, Curzon was not a soldier but was working as a serving boy. General Washington was among the people he had served while at Morristown. He chose to tell people instead that he worked with a blacksmith, which was only partially true. They arrived at the camp after dark to learn there were no rations for them. The soldiers already in the camp had not eaten for two days. There were...

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