The Sojourn - Section 7: pages 104-116 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Krivak
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January, 1918. Commander Prosch shows Zlee and Jozef the work of the sniper- bullets placed in the head, same place every time, of random men that don't return from lookout or a hunting party. There is no rhyme or reason to his killing, no pattern they can discern. He is taking his toll on the men in morale and numbers. For five months Prosch had been sending his own sharpshooters to search for the killer, and they'd thus far failed. This sniper is the reason Zlee and Jozef were demanded by Prosch. After sitting at Fort Cherle for a month, Prosch finally sends the boys out to find the sniper, or pray he kills them, because they better not come back empty handed. Jozef and Zlee outfit themselves for the hide. They spend a week scouting good hides and zig-zagging across the mountain...

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