Saturday, March 27, 2010

Volume I, Book III, Chapter XV

Suffice it to say more lining up, more unsurety, more worrying about honor from Andrei and if this would be his day. There's a disagreement between Kuzutov and the Emperor, but Kuzutov starts the troops before they're lined up completely as asked. This 18th century idea of war is just fascinating. That's what they're all carrying with them.

I like how Kuzutov calls Andrei "my dear" when giving him an order. Different time.

More tomorrow, but at this point, even though there's gunfire in and out and a good amount of fog, who know when they'll actually fight.

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