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War Comes to Willy Freeman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 11 through 14 Summary

James Collier
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Chapters 11 through 14 Summary

In chapter eleven, Willy continues to search wherever the British are holding American prisoners for her mother. She says that churches and sugar houses - which are empty because of the war - are being used to house prisoners. Willy always asks if Lucy is inside and is always told that there are no women being held. Willy and Horace have been sharing the loft since Willy's arrival at the tavern. After Horace learns that Willy is a girl, he insists that she sleep somewhere else. She refuses and invites him to find another place to sleep. They work it out and both stay, but when Willy sees Horace peeking as she dresses one morning, she hangs a horse blanket across the rafters to provide a small amount of privacy. There's no longer the need to hide her gender so Willy begins wearing normal clothes...

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