My Brother Sam Is Dead - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

The end of the summer has arrived. Tim has tried to avoid Mr. Heron, but whenever he does see him, Mr. Heron is polite and does not mention the letter. Although food and supplies are short, the war still seems far away. Two letters have come to Mother from Sam, one making a defeat in New York sound very glamorous and the other detailing the difficult winter they are having in his camp. Mother and Father fight over the letters. Mother wants to write back to Sam, but Father argues that he needs to learn a lesson. Even though Father left home at the same age as Sam, he does not consider Sam an adult. Mother says how alike and stubborn Father and Sam are and decides to write him.

Father and Tim begin to plan the annual trip to Verplancks Point on...

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