The Ghost Road - Part 2 Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 Chapter 7 Summary

This chapter begins with Billy's personal impressions of going back to France in diary form. It's late August 1918 and he describes his last night in London. After meeting up with his friend Charles Manning, they go out for a night on the town.

The following day, Billy collects some clothes for the trip and returns to the train station. It's a long trip from London to the embarkation point for France and Billy is exhausted by the time he gets there. He sees his old tent mate, Hallett and Hallet's family before leaving. He comments on how sad the little family unit looks.

While on board the ship heading for France, Billy spends most of his time on deck in order to avoid seasickness. He watches the cliffs of England disappear in the distance and is then joined by Hallett.

By the time Billy and...

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