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Gods and Generals Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Three, Chapters 27-33 Summary

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Part Three, Chapters 27-33 Summary

In Chapter 27, Lee arrives with Longstreet's corps across the Rappahannock River from the Union army. The southern forces dig in, their artillery overlooking the wide open fields below their position. Jackson sends a note that he will be there with his corps in time to aid in the defense.

In Chapter 28, on the march south to join up with Lee against the Union Forces Jackson receives a letter from his wife, written as though it is from his newborn baby girl. He keeps the good news a secret from his staff. When they reach the hills above Fredricksburg General Stuart sends him a gift, a new uniform.

In Chapter 29, the pontoon bridges arrive very late. Hancock speaks with General Sumner who expresses the concern everyone feels, that General Burnside's stubborn refusal to change his plan will ensure they lose the battle...

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