March - Part One, Chapter Thirteen: A Good Kind Man Summary & Analysis

Geraldine Brooks
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Part One, Chapter Thirteen: A Good Kind Man Summary

March follows Jesse for hours through the woods despite the fact that Canning's boots are tearing apart his feet and he is terribly weakened by stress, hunger, and thirst. Jesse confides that he left two jars of moonshine outside his door before the rebels attacked, and he hopes they stole it to drink that night. Hours pass as Jesse and March stake out the rebels, waiting silently for the right moment to attack. March is nearly crippled with pain and unable to catch his breath. When the rebels finally stop, a group of them grab Zannah and take her into the woods to rape her. March wants to rush to her aide, but Jesse pulls him back, warning that if they blow their cover now, Zannah will have many more nights of rape...

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