A Very Long Engagement - Study Guide Monday Morning Summary & Analysis

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Eleven Newfoundland soldiers arrived at Bingo on Monday morning at ten o'clock. In between Bingo and the German trench, these soldiers find the bodies of five men. One is found kneeling in a hole and the youngest soldier is found nearby, the only one without an injured hand. The Sergeant is so moved by these men and the fact that the enemy seems to have taken everything from their bodies, probably as souvenirs, that he tells his men that they will bury these five soldiers. And so after they record the names of the fallen soldiers, they bury them together.

Monday Morning Analysis

A Very Long Engagement concludes with a description of the Newfoundland soldiers discovering and burying five men who had been found dead in no-man's-land. It is described that one of these men did not have an injury to his hand. This was...

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