The Siege of Krishnapur - Part 2 Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 Chapter 14 Summary

The Collector makes his way towards Cutter's battery, continuing on his rounds of inspection. The pariah dog appears and tries to approach the Collector's ankles, but he kicks the dog away. The Collector notices that the enemy sharpshooters have been trying to shoot down the Union Jack flag and that the smell of offal from the butchery is becoming unbearable. There are dead horses on the lawn, and the Collector thinks of better days as he crosses the once-lush expanse of grass. Meanwhile, the British plan to dig a tunnel out under the enemy lines and create a large explosion that will damage the enemy's ammunition supply. It is dangerous to risk so much powder on this task, but Cutter believes that they will gain some time and possibly capture some enemy cannons by carrying out the maneuver. A further dilemma...

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