Bright saw many buildings in France burn during the War, but he is still surprised at the gust of heat which blows on him and his baby from the burning cabin. After the roof caves in, the relatively calm goat begins bleating in alarm. She tugs at her tether just as the horse rears up in fear, and Bright struggles to control both animals as he watches the flames rise into the sky. All of a sudden the fire catches on fire, and in just a moment the flames spread to the periphery of the farm, engulfing the hen hutch and moving toward his mother’s and wife’s graves.
He tries to...
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