Night Soldiers - Chapter Four Summary & Analysis

Alan Furst
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Chapter Four Summary

It is early December of 1941, in New York City. Robert Eidenbaugh works as a copywriter in an advertising firm downtown, but he is bored with the job and trapped in an engagement to a young woman he does not love. Eidenbaugh's father had been a soldier in World War I, assigned to France, and had loved the country so much he brought his family to live there after the war ended. In 1930, Robert had been sent to the United States to attend university. He had taken the job at the advertising job out of boredom. One day he is at a sporting event with his friend Van Duyne, and there is announcement on the loud speaker. It is Pearl Harbor Day, 1941. Van Duyne turns to Robert and asks him if he would like to be involved in something that will take...

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