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The Long Walk Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 12 and 13 Summary

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Chapters 12 and 13 Summary

Pearson says that if he had it to do all over, he would never start the walk. He says that he now has a plan, that if it comes to the point where he can go no farther, he's going to rush into the crowd. Garraty says it would be like hitting a trampoline, that they'll simply throw him back onto the pavement, and he points out Percy's fate. Pearson says the difference is that Percy didn't choose his position well. Pearson plans to rush into the crowd where the soldiers won't dare shoot.

The walkers gather around Scramm who is worsening but regains his consciousness. The walkers have pledged to take care of Scramm's wife, Cathy, and Scramm thanks them. His voice is raspy and it's plain that his lungs are bubbly with fluid. He says that it's not fair, that he was the...

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