The Naked and the Dead - Study Guide Part 3, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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With his instinctive knowledge of terrain, Croft leads the patrol up the mountain. Wyman decides to lighten his pack and throws away his blanket, but Croft makes him pick it up again. Croft is determined to re-establish his control now that Hearn is out of the way. Roth is angry because he thinks Croft does not give him a chance. If he were in charge, he would be decent to the men, he thinks, but then remembers that when he was a debt collector he had treated an old couple brutally. Superstitiously, he hopes that will not bring him bad luck.

Martinez is tired, and confused about what happened the previous night. He feels guilty for something, but is not sure what it is. If he had told Hearn that there were Japanese on the mountain, they would not be on it now. Gallagher notices...

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