The Sojourn - Section 8: pages 116-130 Summary & Analysis

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Jozef moves closer to the heart of the action, running lower on food as they walk. Many of them died from starvation, dehydration, or worse. They reach the edge of the Italian trenches at Easter, and Jozef falls ill with a fever. The medic is kind and capable and gives him a brew of herbs to ease his fever, and Jozef dreams of his mother again. When he wakes up, he finds he's been asleep for three days, and that the British have attacked. They both realize the irony that they lived through such an attack only to be killed on another day. He tells Jozef to hide his sharpshooter lanyard, because if he is captured with it he will be tortured.

May arrives with new supplies and promises for another battle. The trenches are filled with sick and dirty men that...

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