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Going After Cacciato Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Thirty-Three, Outlawed on the Road to Paris, Chapter Thirty-Four, Lake Country, Chapter Thirty-Five, World's Greatest Lake Country Summary

Tim O'Brien
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Chapter Thirty-Three, Outlawed on the Road to Paris, Chapter Thirty-Four, Lake Country, Chapter Thirty-Five, World's Greatest Lake Country Summary

The squad is arrested again in Tehran in February and jailed for over a week. Berlin is awakened on the eighth day, blindfolded and his neck is shaved just as the boy who was beheaded. Then he is placed in a room with the squad. The Captain arrives and informs them there is no such thing as touring soldiers. The squad explains that it is chasing a deserter but they themselves are not deserters.

Berlin is becoming confused. He has always had an active imagination and he thinks of how he would work things out in his mind as a kid with elaborate plans that always came out happy.

The squad is taken...

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