The Lost City of Z - Part Four (Chapters 16-20) Summary & Analysis

David Grann
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In 1914, Fawcett emerged from the jungle to find out the world was at war. He answered the call of duty and was placed in charge of a battery of 200 men. The battlefield offered horrors the like he had never encountered in the jungle. The Battle of Somme was a particularly brutal bloodbath. Fawcett was held in high regards for his bravery and endurance in rough conditions, which he honed from his time in the jungle. As a couple years passed, Fawcett feared Dr. Rice would find Z before him. During this time Fawcett was distinguished with the Royal Geographical Society's Founder's Medal for his lifelong efforts, which was the dream of his life according to Nina.

When the war was over, Fawcett felt extreme disillusionment. He returned home and was stunned how much his kids grew up, but Jack was still...

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