The March: A Novel - Part One: Georgia; Chapters 6 through 10 Summary & Analysis

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Part One: Georgia; Chapters 6 through 10 Summary

Chapter 6 introduces Marcus Aurelius Thompson and his slave, Sophie. They board a train to travel to Milledgeville, where Thompson plans to confront his brother, Judge Horace Thompson, not realizing he is dead. As they travel, Thompson thinks that it is God who has destroyed their world, with the Union as his instrument.

Chapter 7 reveals that Emily has found Wrede's unit and joined him, helping him care for his patients. She is very attracted to him, but she cringes at the thought of what her father would say about her taking up with a troop of Union soldiers. As they ride, Wrede talks to her about medicine and she finds that she is extraordinarily happy.

Chapter 8 finds Arly and Will guarding Union prisoners, having taken an oath to join the Confederate Army. When the prisoners are...

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