In the first scene, Eddie is discovering that the captain is his second person and they talk about their past life together. The second scene shows that Eddie and his fellow soldiers getting taken hostage by their enemies. The third scene depicts what all of the soldiers look like after being held hostage for 4 months. As you can see, Eddie's fellow soldier Rabozzo is very sick and is not doing so well. Next scene tells the reader that the soldiers have been taken to a coal mine to mine for their enemies. When Eddie stands up for Rabozzo saying he is too sick to work, Enemy 2 shoots Rabozzo in the head. In one of the final scenes, Eddie is shown to be distracting the enemies by juggling, while his other friends lite the whole campsite on fire. In the final scene, Eddie is shown to be getting shot in the leg by his Captain because he was standing frozen in time because he thought he heard a voice coming from the burning hut. All of these scenes put together perfectly describe what has been happening in Captain's chapters of the book.
Eddie realizes that his Captain from the military is his second person. The captain and Eddie then proceed to have flashbacks from the war.
Captain, is that you?
Eddie distracts the enemies by juggling while his fellow soldiers set fire to the entire campsite. Once Eddie finishes his distraction, he kills all of the enemies.
Shut up will you?!
Eddie and his buddies are taken hostage by their enemies.
After four months of being held captive, one of Eddie's buddies Rabozzo gets extremely sick. They later find out that they are being forced to work in a coal mine.
Later when working in the mine, Eddie stands up for Rabozzo saying he is too sick to work. Because of this, one of the enemies shot Rabozzo in the head. This leads to the remaining soldiers planning their escape.
Inside of a burning tent, Eddie thinks that he sees someone. In order to get Eddie to keep moving so he doesn't burn alive, the captain shoots him.
Anyone in ther-------AGHH!!!
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