Pertinent quotes used in Chapters 21, 22 & 23.
Ch 21: They speedily forgot many things. The past held no pictures of error and disappointment. They were very happy, and their hearts swelled with grateful affection for the colonel and the youthful lieutenant.
(The Youth and his regiment forget the horror of the conflict insults of the Officer who had disparaged their earlier efforts after the troops receive some compliments.)
Ch 22: At sight of this danger the men suddenly ceased their cursing monotone. There was an instant of strained silence before they threw up...
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