Which lines in this excerpt from Guy de Maupassant’s short story “The Prisoners” show that the French soldiers are not honorable men?
"Bravo, bravo, Maloison!" they shouted for his encouragement.
He had accomplished about two-thirds of his journey when a long, crimson flame shot forth from the vent-hole. A loud report followed, and the fat baker fell face forward to the ground, uttering a frightful scream. No one went to his assistance. Then he was seen to drag himself, groaning, on all-fours through the snow until he was beyond danger, when he fainted.
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"Then he was seen to drag himself, groaning, on all-fours through the snow until he was beyond danger, when he fainted." truly shows they weren't honorable men