Hocus Pocus - Chapter Thirty-Nine Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirty-Nine Summary

As part of his newly conscripted duties, Eugene must help the local police excavate the graves where many of the Freedom Fighters were hurriedly buried under the orders of Wheelock during the riots. Eugene remembers how one morning, after the bodies have been recovered, there is a noisy commotion. He is startled to see General Florio, who commands a small company of soldiers. They secure Tarkington College and slowly but surely turn it into a tent city compound, in effect making it a prison just like Athena. They put up barbed wire and control anyone coming and going. Damon Stern, a famous author and lecturer at Tarkington, was one of the victims who died during the riots, Eugene remembers. His wife Wanda June survives but decides not to claim her husband's body, because she just wants to leave the past behind...

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