They do not ever want to show fear. Even after the war, the men still carry the grief of the war. Tim O’Brien carries the image of the young man that he killed, and it haunts him every day. Jimmy Cross tells Tim that he still has no forgiven himself about Ted Lavenders death. “At one point, I remember, we paused over a picture of Ted Lavender, and after a while Jimmy rubbed his eyes and said he’d never forgiven himself for Lavender’s death.
Ellie’s decisive ability and her morals are thrown into chaos when she arrives at the family house and finds her dogs dead. She remains in a leadership position when she finds the eldest pet still alive and tells the others to help it while she runs inside to see what had happened to her parents. As Ellie wrote after the traumatic incident, “I knew that nothing sp awful could have happened to the dogs unless something more awful could have happened to my parents.” Although she says she had lost all rational thought. She still made good decision when the tragic events that had happened were unravelling before her. “They lay beside their little galvanized iron humpies, flies all over them, oblivious to the last warmth of the sun”.
After the first game, Max told his parent “it was awesome, I hit someone, and I killed a person.” It is look like nothing happen when Max said and his parent never say anything. She got surprise from that. A lot of people I know love it; in fact they play it as is possible for them. Paintball give them the feeling of being soldier in a way. They have to shoot people from the opposite team, hide in the bushes or in the woods and look for safety behind barrels or houses.
In the poem “Rhine Boat Trip,” by Irving Layton the speaker talks about the Rhine River where the Nazis slaughtered two million Jews during the holocaust war. This poem is about a man’s journey down the Rhine and the memories he encounters. The memories one might have from this horrific time is not always something that any person would want to remember. Expressing these memories is a way to help a person that has these experiences deal with the pain. Surviving the war the speaker revisits the scene and experiences survivors’ guilt, with this poem he restrains his anger and beautifully remembers.
Victor was always mean to Thomas, but Thomas harldy paid any mind to how Victor treated him, he was always there with forgivness for him. Arnold Joseph first appears to be a drunk and abussive man. He is, but what is not first explained is why he is this way. The movie later goes on to tell that Arnold is responsible for the death of two people. Drunk one night, and playing with fireworks, Arnold caused the fire that killed Thomas' parents.
Clayton suspects that the man may have seen him taking his snapshots. The young camper is named Logan Thibault, and although a check reveals no wrongdoing on the stranger's part, Clayton does not like him. His hatred is intensified when, after letting Logan continue on, Clayton can't find his camera --- and he discovers slashed tires on his vehicle. So what brought Logan to North Carolina? He fought in Iraq and many other places as a U.S marine.
The differences between the two keep the storing going as they travel, meet new people, and have a good time. Jake Barnes was a typical solider in World War 1 until he was injured from the waist down, leaving him impotent and not being able to make love to a woman. This in one of the worst things that could happen to Jake because the woman he falls in love with needs what he cannot give. Jake, being the code hero handles everything like a man, his liquor, and his women. Jake handles the war injury as well as anyone could.
Back in the Lowman residence, Linda scolds her sons for abandoning her father back at the restaurant. Biff eventually talks with Willy, unable to keep to himself. He says that the Lomans are nothing but ordinary people, and may be replaced overnight. Biff cries in his father’s shoulder, and Willy takes this as a sign of love and respect. In another hallucination, Willy talks with Ben.
When she returned to her homeland Afghanistan, they were in the midst of a civil war. Unfortunately, a bomb landed on her home that instantly killed her father and sisters. She, along with her mother, decided to take a long and dangerous journey to Pakistan, in hopes to find freedom and peace. Although Farah was afraid of the circumstances she was going through in her journey, she never complained. Her mother was very ill with asthma.
For instance, during the “Week of Peace” Okonkwo came home to find that his second wife had not returned from her friend’s house in time to cook dinner. “When she returned he beat her very heavily. In his anger he had forgotten that it was the Week of Peace” (Achebe29). Beating your wife during the Week of Peace was a huge sin to the clan. Okonkwo let his anger get the best of him and violated the code of the Ibo people.