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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 1, What Don Marcelo Envied Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 1, What Don Marcelo Envied Summary

Marcelo is not happy about the war, seeing it as an example of the madness of his countrymen. Marcelo did not see how France could win a war against Germany and felt the effort was a waste of time. The sight of his fellow countrymen mobilizing shocked him, but it also helped revive some of his patriotism. Slowly, Marcelo finds himself drawn into the enthusiasm of the moment. At night he watched the men march to the rail stations, their families following close by, people of all nations walking together into peril. The French, English, Greeks, Romanians, Scandinavians, North Americans; it seemed all of Europe is passing through these streets. During the day, Marcelo will go to the stations and watch the send offs, feeling ashamed that he had run from his country when he could have...

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