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by Kurt Vonnegut

Slaughterhouse-Five Chapter 6, Section 9 Summary

  • Billy walks across the prison yard carrying his coat wrapped around his hands.
  • Derby imagines himself writing letters home, telling his wife that he is alive and well.
  • Lazzaro is thinking about the people he's going to have shot and the women he's going to have sex with, whether they want to or not.
  • As they cross the prison yard, they see an Englishman marking a line between the American and English sections of the compound.

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