True History of the Kelly Gang - Parcel 13, "His Life at 26 Years of Age" Summary & Analysis

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Parcel 13, "His Life at 26 Years of Age" Summary

This section is hard to keep track of, as dream and reality tend to mix and blend together, and the section ends rather abruptly. Dan and Joe murder Aaron, the informant, and it is implied the constables who stay there, as well, though this is never confirmed. Ned and Steve have two rails removed from the tracks, knowing that constables were going to be loaded up on the train.

The other part is about a dream he had of freeing his mother, with ironclads everywhere and a long dialogue with a school master reading out of Shakespeare's famous play, Henry V, particularly the references to St. Crispin's Day. There are cheers, and a promise from the schoolmaster to write Ned's history, but this all feels like a dream. Still...

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