In Sunlight and in Shadow - Chapters 35-39 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 35-39 Summary

In chapter thirty-five, Harry begins his recovery in the hospital. He was captured by Germans after having bombed the train. He suffered from three separate gunshot wounds, which he did not know about until much later. The hospital he is in is excellent, and he is able to be very happy there. He asks about his pathfinder team, and the doctor says they were looking for him before he regained consciousness.

In chapter thirty-six, Harry continues with his other pathfinders toward the liberation of France. The winter of 44-45 is especially cold, and his group winds up adopting a dog, which Harry names Debra.

Harry struggled with Irish thugs before the war, demonstrating he had a history of standing up to bullies. It has served him well through the war. One night, when Harry is relieved, he is sent behind the...

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