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War Comes to Willy Freeman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 4 through 7 Summary

James Collier
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Chapters 4 through 7 Summary

In chapter four, Willy eventually opens her eyes to see a British soldier standing in front of her. Her first words are to say that she's a girl and to plead for her life. The soldier asks what she's doing there, and she says that she came in with her father, who is already dead. The soldier shoves her and tells her to get out of the fort. Willy sees that British soldiers are still advancing with cannons, though there's no longer anyone for them to kill. Willy focuses on the smells around her - including that of burning molasses - in order to stop thinking about her father's death. She longs for the comfort of her mother's arms and determines to that she'll get home, regardless of the British who are between her and home. There are other people on the road, mostly women...

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