The March: A Novel - Part Three: North Carolina; Chapters 7 through 9 Summary & Analysis

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Part Three: North Carolina; Chapters 7 through 9 Summary

In Chapter 7, the Battle of Bentonville has been bloody, with much loss of life on both sides, but General Sherman, who is becoming moody and agitated, thinks his strategy was still the right one. Learning that the 16-year-old son of a Confederate general has been killed, he writes a heartfelt letter of condolence to the general. Meanwhile, David, who has become fascinated with Albion, watches as Albion uses the heel of his hand to drive the spike in his head into his brain. Later, Sherman meets with other Union generals to devise a plan for a final push that will end the war, and when he sees Arly and Calvin's photography outfit outside, he tells the generals they should all pose for a picture together. Calvin delays the process as long as possible...

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