Monster of Men - Life During Peacetime: The Days of Glory Summary & Analysis

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In “The Days of Glory,” Viola is feeling so bad she falls out of the saddle into Todd’s arms when she and Bradley ride down the hill after securing peace with the Spackle. The narration switches to Todd’s point of view as he holds the unconscious Viola while he waits for the Mayor to finish his victory speech. The Mayor had insisted Viola be there and announces during his speech that a cure had been discovered for the bands. He gives Viola the first of the bandages that will cure the disease. Mistress Coyle keeps the Mayor from putting them on Viola and insists that she be allowed to test them first. The people had booed Mistress Coyle’s good intentions. In Viola’s voice, Viola describes how the people on the hillside also booed Mistress...

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