Going After Cacciato

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Going After Cacciato
Tim O'Brien

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Plot Summary................................................................................................................1 Chapter One, Going After Cacciato............................................................................3 Chapter Two, The Observation Post, Chapter Three, The Road to Paris,Chapter Four, How They Were Organized, Chapter Five, The Observation Post..........................................................................................................6 Chapter Six, Detours on the Road to Paris, Chapter Seven, Riding the Road to Paris, Chapter Eight, The Observation Post, Chapter Nine, How Bernie Lynn Died After Frenchie Tucker........................................................................................9 Chapter Ten, A Hole in the Road to Paris, Chapter Eleven, Fire in the Hole, Chapter Twelve, The Observation Post, Chapter Thirteen, Falling Through A Hole in the Road to Paris,Chapter Fourteen, Upon Almost Winning the Silver Star , Chapter Fifteen, Tunnel.......................................................................12 Chapter Seventeen, Light at the End of the Tunnel to Paris, Chapter Eighteen, Prayers on the Road to Paris,Chapter Nineteen, The Observation Post, Chapter Twenty, Landing Zone Bravo,Chapter Twenty-One, The Railroad to Paris, Chapter Twenty-Two, Who They W........................................17 Chapter Twenty-Three Asylum on the Road to Paris, Chapter Twenty-Four, Calling Home, Chapter Twenty-Five, The Way It Mostly Was............................21 Chapter Twenty-Six, Repose on the Road to Paris, Chapter Twenty-Seven, Flights of Imagination, Chapter Twenty-Eight, The Observation Post................23

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Chapter Twenty-Nine, Atrocities on the Road to Paris, Chapter Thirty, The Observation Post........................................................................................................26 Chapter Thirty-One, Night March, Chapter Thirty-Two, The Observation...
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