The Guineveres - All Saints' - Communion Summary & Analysis

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In the chapter titled "All Saints," Gwen is the first to choose one of the soldiers as her own on All Saints’ Day. All Saints’ Day is Sister Fran’s favorite holiday and she reminds the girls that there are saints for “every possible area of the human experience, even impolite ones” (85).

Gwen is inspired by the idea of there being a saint for every individual thing to have each of The Guineveres choose one soldier to be responsible for. She says it will make it easier when they wake up to know which Guinevere should go home with each soldier.

Gwen chooses the soldier whose face is bandaged hoping that he will be the richest and most handsome in the end. The Guineveres call the soldiers “Our Boys.” Ginny is the next to choose and picks the soldier with small...

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