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Thirty Girls - Part III, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 7/Independence Day, Agnes climbs into bed with Esther at St. Mary's, but despite hearing stories about the rebels, the girls feel safe since they have not seen any rebels. Waking, they hear banging, shouting and windows breaking; their efforts to hide prove futile as the rebels beat the girls who scream, tying them together and leading them across the courtyard, leaving destruction at the school.

As they are led down the road, the girls do not know where they are being taken or if they will live or die. Those who try to escape are retrieved, and after one girl succeeds in escaping, the rebels threaten to kill all of the remaining girls if it happens again. When Esther assures her friend that they will be fine, Agnes wants to believe her but is unsure.

Shortly after stopping, the girls...

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