Wu Ting
How would you explain ‘end beds’ in the context? Only twenty-two boys are taking summer classes, most of them living at home. In the long, echoing barracks it’s only Bull’s Eye and Pancho Villa in the two end beds, and all the others empty. It feels like a hospital at the conclusion of a plague. How would you explain ‘end beds’ in the context? Thanks!
Mar 15, 2014 11:49 AM
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All the beds are in a row in the same room, like in an army barracks. Bull's Eye is in the bed at one end, and Pancho Villa is in the bed at the oppositeend. end.http://mchunter1.tripod.com/ww2pic/barracks.jpg
March 15, 2014
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