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The Killer Angels - Study Guide Monday, June 29, 1863, Chapter 2, Chamberlain Summary & Analysis

Michael Shaara
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His aide, Buster Kilrain, awakens Chamberlain early in the morning. Chamberlain has been suffering from heat exhaustion and is still not at peak condition. Kilrain shows great concern even as he wakes him to give him a message. Chamberlain has been sent over a hundred men who have been branded mutineers and told to either incorporate them into his regiment or shoot them. Chamberlain knows he cannot shoot fellow Maine soldiers; therefore, he finds himself searching for an alternative method of dealing with these men. On his way to meet these new men, Chamberlain runs into his brother who is also a part of his regiment. Tom joins Chamberlain as he inspects the new men. Chamberlain speaks to them calmly, offering them food before anything else when he learns they have not eaten in several days. Then Chamberlain agrees to listen...

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