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  • Time Of The War People
    440 words
    The Great War or 1914-1918, which is famous by the name World War I, resulted in having changes in the society and the culture. The time during which the war occurred was very noble for the literature's writers. This was the time when all sorts of writings appeared. Literary facts have mentioned to us people's feelings during and after these events. Depersonalizing and dehumanizing became very common among people. As the war went on the image of dehumanizing became more popular. Writers, Pat Bar...
  • Soldiers Like Animals
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    SOLDIERS TAKE ON CHARACTERISTICS OF BEASTS Throughout history, there has always been wars. Whether it was about pride, money, or territories, they all have one thing in common. All the soldiers in these wars have taken on characteristics of animals. 'Only by doing so can a soldier survive. This is true in any war situation. ' 1 They become vicious, braver, protective, develop better senses, and after the war, they do not want to remember what happened in the battle field. Animals are vicious. An...
  • Thousands Of Other Soldiers
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    As I sat and thought about what would catch and hold a reader by the nose, an old picture on the wall distracted me. It's not much of a picture, just a group of guys at work in a rather desolate place. This picture has rather special meaning to me, and carries with it a whole assortment of memories. The unknown is always worse then the known. Don't listen to rumors or try to imagine what it's like here. This is a modern sophisticated, highly technical, well-planned war. One I am sure I will retu...
  • Reactor With Sephiroth Zack
    707 words
    SELPHIE: phew This one will take a while to type. Cloud grew up in a town called 'Nibelheim'. He was a loner; he had no friends. Even if Tifa was in the same hometown as his, they like never really hung out with each other as kids. She'd just always hang out with these 3 guys. One day, she like went to Mt. Nibel (that big scary mountain behind Nibelheim) because she wanted to find her dead mother's soul (has to do with some superstitious belief). Her 3 friends went with her, but soon got scared ...
  • Respect From Other Soldiers In The Army
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    I believe Robert held very high standards for his soldiers even though they were black. He treats them with dignity and equal respect as would be given to the soldiers who are white. He gives them a sense of humanity and dignity as if they belong there and are just as willing, competent, and capable of being good soldiers. By treating them with this respect they fight for a different reason other than because they have to, rather because they must meet the standards presented by their leader by ...
  • Soldiers Of Alpha Company
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    The Importance of Friendship in The Things They Carried The Things They Carried is a collection of stories about the Vietnam War that the author, Tim O'Brien, uses to convey his experiences and feelings about the war. The book is filled with stories about the men of Alpha Company and their lives in Vietnam and afterwards back in the United States. O'Brien captures the reader with graphic descriptions of the war that make one feel as if they were in Vietnam. The characters are unique and the read...
  • Death Of The Other Soldier
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    Explication of "Dulce et Decorum Est" In Dulce et Decorum Est Wilfred Owen explores the harsh conditions and realities of war. The burdens of war and the overwhelming weariness faced by soldiers are described in the first ten lines of the poem. Many soldiers in World War I did not have the proper training and equipment to fight a war. The long marches to battle through bad conditions wore the soldiers down and caused their reaction times to be down. The author is expressing the weariness of the ...
  • War Novel
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    Foreign Policy Book Review World War I took place in the early 1900's. The United States entered the war late, trying not to get involved with foreign affairs. In Erich Maria Remarque's WWI novel All Quiet on the Western Front, we see the war through the German point of view of a 19 year-old Paul Baume r. As more and more young German nationalists are brain-washed into battle, more and more lives are altered forever. Once in the war, the young soldiers realize that war isn't at all as glorious a...
  • Few Hours And Peewee And Perry
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    Fallen AngelsByWalter Dean Myers Walter Dean Myers wrote the book Fallen Angels. It is about America's experiences in the Vietnam War as told by the main character in the book, Richie Perry. Perry goes through a lot of changes and sees some of his good friends die in battle fighting for a cause that no one could agree upon. The book has 4 other main characters, Lobel, Johnson, Brunner, and Peewee. The book starts off talking about the experiences of Perry while he is serving in Vietnam. His best...
  • Days Past Colonel Shaw
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    Dear Natalie, I have past trough hell blindfolded and survived the war on Fort Wagner in July 1864. All the challenges given to me were arduous and brutal. Nothing compares to this, put every time I think about you it makes it go away. When I think about you memories reminisce in my head. As you know by know I had become a volunteered for the Union army in Boston, Massachusetts in November 1862. My squad was the 54 Massachusetts Regiment. Life in the camp was grueling and painful it was not a da...
  • Differences Between The Priest And The Soldiers
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    For hundreds of years, writers have used religion as a fundamental issue and point of discussion in their novels. Joseph Conrad expressed his views in Heart of Darkness, George Orwell did the same in 1984 and in other writings, and even Ernest Hemingway used his writing to develop his own ideas concerning the church. This is fully evident in his novel A Farewell to Arms. Even in a book in which the large majority of the characters profess their atheism, the ideas of the church materialize repeat...
  • Soldiers On The Other Side
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    All Quiet on the Western Front – Chapter 4 Summary The Second Company is assigned to the task of laying wire at the front. Everyone crowds into trucks. The drivers do not risk using light, so the trucks often lurch when they hit deep holes in the road. No one minds that they are often nearly thrown from them. A broken bone means they will not have to fight until it mends again. They pass a house, and Paul detects the cackle of geese. He and Kat agree to make a surreptitious visit later. Th...

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