March - Part One, Chapter Ten: Saddleback Fever Summary & Analysis

Geraldine Brooks
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Part One, Chapter Ten: Saddleback Fever Summary

March awakens the morning after the celebration with a pounding headache and painfully sore muscles. He chides himself for partying too hard the night before and thinks that if he sleeps for a few more hours, he'll feel much better. He remembers slipping in and out of consciousness, but soon, there is nothing: the rest of the story he recounts from the words of others. It is Canning who finds March lying unconscious in his room, and who immediately calls for the workers to bathe and nurse him. Meanwhile, Canning rides, panicked, to town to call for the doctor. March lays for days, moaning in his bed before the first waves of relief hit him. He rises to see that Cilla has not left his bedside, and he hears that both Zannah and Canning have taken turns...

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