Shooting the Moon - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

Frances O'Roark Dowell
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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

Jamie and Private Hollister are playing gin rummy again. While they play cards, they talk about each other's families. The private says he is his mom's favorite child. Jamie says that TJ is the colonel's favorite. The private says he didn't think Jamie would work out working in the rec center, but that she's done a good job. Jamie remembers that her father thteatened to get her a job peeling tomatoes in the mess hall if she didn't stop moping around because her two best friends moved off post and overseas. Jamie tells her father she should volunteer to work at the rec center to serve the soldiers. After Jamie and the private have been playing cards for a week, he asks her if she knows anything about photography because some of the soldiers have questions about developing their pictures in...

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