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War and Peace - Study Guide Part 11, Chapters 30-34 Summary & Analysis

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The Rostovs spent the first night very close to Moscow because of their late start, the traffic, and the trips their servants had to make back to Moscow to retrieve forgotten items. They see the fires in Moscow. Some sigh, some pray, and some sob. Petya has gone ahead with his regiment marching to Troitsa. Natasha doesn't seem to care about the burning. She has been told that Andrew is wounded and traveling in their company. When her mother and Sonya are asleep that night, Natasha creeps out of their sleeping quarters and finds Andrew. He smiles and holds his hand out to her. Seven days have passed since Andrew was wounded at Borodino. Since that time he has been in a state of almost continual delirium. The doctor is certain that he won't recover from his wounds. On the seventh day, he...

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