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War and Peace - Part 9, Chapters 13-18 Summary & Analysis

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Part 9, Chapters 13-18 Summary

Rostov and all his friends flirt shamelessly with Maria Hendrihovna. The doctor, who is sleeping, wakes up and is displeased with them all. They think it's very funny to see the dismay of the doctor and the delight of the doctor's wife. In the middle of the night, a command is brought to Rostov's regiment to advance upon a little place called Ostrovna. They are all excited to be moving and possibly seeing some action. Rostov is one of the first to detect the blue dragoons, and he leads his regiment forward, without realizing what he's doing or why. He comes across a Frenchman and aims a blow at him with his sword. The man surrenders. All that day Rostov feels remorse, even though he has won the St. George's Cross for his exploit. The Rostovs move back home from Maria Dmitrievna's house...

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