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Includes index.Prince Andrew and the battalion were already within Intermediate Algebra (Valencia College) paces of the cannon. He heard the whistle of bullets above him unceasingly and to right and left of him soldiers continually groaned and dropped. But he did not look at them: he looked only at what was Intermediate Algebra (Valencia College) on in front of him- at the battery.
He now saw clearly the figure of a red-haired gunner with his shako knocked awry, pulling one end of a mop while a French soldier tugged at the other. He could distinctly see the distraught yet angry expression on the faces of these two men, who evidently did not realize what they were doing.
"What are they about?" thought Prince Andrew as he gazed at them. "Why doesn't the red-haired gunner run away Intermediate Algebra (Valencia College) he is unarmed. Why doesn't the Frenchman stab him. He will not get away before the Frenchman remembers his bayonet and stabs him.
" And really another French soldier, trailing his musket, ran up to the struggling men, and the fate of the red-haired gunner, who had triumphantly secured the mop and still did not realize what awaited him, was about to be Intermediate Algebra (Valencia College). But Prince Andrew did not see how it ended. It seemed to him as though one of the soldiers near him hit him on the head with the full swing of a bludgeon. Intermediate Algebra (Valencia College) hurt a little, but the worst of it was that the pain distracted him and prevented his seeing what he had been looking at.
"What's this. Am I falling. My legs are giving way," thought he, and fell on his back. He opened his eyes, hoping to see how the struggle of the Frenchmen with the gunners ended, whether the red-haired gunner had been killed or not and whether the cannon had been captured or saved.
But he saw nothing. Above him there was now nothing but the sky- Intermediate Algebra (Valencia College) lofty sky, not clear yet still immeasurably lofty, with gray clouds gliding slowly across it. "How quiet, peaceful, and solemn; not at all as I ran," thought Prince Andrew- "not as we ran, shouting and fighting, not at all as the gunner and the Frenchman with frightened and angry faces struggled for the mop: how differently do those clouds glide across that lofty infinite sky.
How was it I did not see that lofty sky before. And how happy I am to have found it at last. Yes. All is vanity, all falsehood, except that infinite sky.
There is nothing, nothing, but that. But even it does not exist, there is nothing but quiet and peace. Thank God!.
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