March - Part Two, Chapter Nineteen: Concord Summary & Analysis

Geraldine Brooks
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Part Two, Chapter Nineteen: Concord Summary

There are times in March's life, he says, when one simply must put one foot in front of the other. Walking up to his little brown house in Concord was one such moment. March feels he has no purpose being home when he has not been fully excused from his military duties. As soon as he steps through the front door, his four daughters, including Beth who has recovered from her scarlet fever, leap on top of him, smothering him with affection.

Part Two, Chapter Nineteen: Concord Analysis

March tries to return his children's affection when he arrives in Concord, but he feels a deeper, darker emotion rising up in him: "I felt my gorge rise and knew I would not be able to continue to speak. So this was how it was to be, now: I would do...

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