A Very Long Engagement - Study Guide The Terror of the Armies Summary & Analysis

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Celestin Poux arrives at MMM on his motorcycle and tells Mathilde his story. Manech was building a snowman, soldiers on both sides encouraging him and tossing out parts to finish it. He fell, but Poux did not see it. A German plane had bombed, and someone said Cornflower had died. Poux saw Six-Soux die. Six-Soux had stood and urinated and sang a song from the Paris commune. A German shot him in the head. During the night, the Germans had been sending over grenades, so the French sent some over. The Eskimo was in a hole. The farmer, That Man, had not been seen since the flares. Everyone assumed he had been killed because he never answered. Eskimo brought down the plane with a grenade, but he was killed in the process. Common Law ran in and surrendered. French Corporal Thuvenel, killed him. When...

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