The Long Walk - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

That afternoon, there's a huge thunderstorm that makes it briefly difficult to see but the soldiers continue to monitor progress even as Garraty wonders - without fully expressing the thought - if a person might slip away. Olson, who has been quiet for some time, says his legs feel funny. McVries tries to reassure him that it will pass but Olson seems afraid. There's another death and they discover that it's simply because the boy slowed one time too often - no cramps or blisters, just walking too slowly. The rain clears, there's a rainbow, and the boys walk on toward Caribou and into darkness. Number one hundred, a boy named Zuck, falls and begins to bleed profusely. He continues on but is losing a lot of blood and it's evident that it's only a matter of time. Zuck soon takes...

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