The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg - Chapters 31-36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31-36 Summary

Chapter 31. There were many wounded from the first fights at Gettysburg. Homer saw many things he should not have seen. Then word came that the Confederates were on the verge of winning and they needed every man they had. All the able soldiers left, leaving Homer and Griswold unguarded. Homer takes a small pony and leaves.

Chapter 32. Homer rides over the battlefield, barely aware of the fighting going on around him. Homer is rescued by a soldier who takes him to the back of the Union lines. Homer asks about the Maine regiments and is sent to a group further back, but these men have never heard of Harold.

Chapter 33. Homer is awoken the following morning by Private Willow. Willow tells Homer he joined the military after realizing the mistake he made with Miss Nibbly. Willow apologizes to Homer and tells...

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