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A Ride Into Morning

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2006

    Imagine You Are There

    The narrator, Mary Cooper, is staying with her cousin, Tempe Wick, and her Aunt Mary during the Revolutionary War. They are Patriot, and Mary's family is Tory. They sent her to live with the Wicks during the war. Tempe has a short temper, and is always arguing with Mary. General Wayne's army is camped on the Wick farm. Before Tempe's father died a few days before the story begins, he did as much as he could to help the army. Tempe never approved and believes it killed him. Tempe has a favorite horse named Colonel, and he plays a big role in the story. He is the most beautiful and fastest horse in the area, and Tempe rides him every day. There are many rumors in camp about mutiny. Billy Bowzar from the 11th Regiment, who also has an important role, insists they are only writing down their grievances to present to Wayne. Mary overhears a conversation between Tempe and Bowzar one night. He wanted to borrow Colonel to ride on when they presented their grievances. Tempe has to decide whether to take part or to stay out of the war.

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