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The Ghost Road Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 11 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 11 Summary

Billy writes in his journal about living in a facility that he describes as a cross between a cowshed and an outdoor toilet. He also writes about working in a foxhole at the Front. After a day of cleaning up, the enlisted men are rewarded with game playing in the afternoon.

Sundays are spent trying to sleep in. The one joy to the day seems to be the special breakfast of bacon and eggs. The smells remind Billy of home. An informal church service is set up outside and he can hear strains of "Onward Christian Soldiers."

A week later, the men are bussed to the Front. Along the way, they pass villages in ruins. Billy continues the gas drills several times a day. He is charged with ensuring that the men don their gas masks and protective gear quickly enough. His nickname, the Canary...

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