The March: A Novel - Part Two: South Carolina; Chapters 1 through 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: South Carolina; Chapters 1 through 7 Summary

In Chapter 1, Sherman has ordered Morrison to lead some troops into South Carolina, but they are trying to keep the Confederate troops guessing about their actual destination. The going is rough because the land is swampy and rain is constant, but Morrison eventually finds the headquarters of General Mower, as ordered by Sherman.

Chapter 2 finds Wrede and Emily in a wagon, waiting for the roads to become passable so they can move again. They had had sex a few nights earlier, but Emily is dismayed that he treated her more like a patient than a lover. She now thinks she has no future with this man. Meanwhile, John Jameson has died and Mattie is traveling in a wagon with Pearl, hoping to find her two sons along the way. After John died, Pearl...

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