Moral Ambiguity In Fallen Angels

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Wade Berrigan 5-26-07 The Moral Ambiguity of War In the novel Fallen Angels, by Walter Dean Meyers, shows us many examples of soldiers struggling between making morale choices or staying alive. New soldiers look at other soldiers who have been in the war for a while as if they are sick soulless creatures killing everything in their way. Later we find these same characters that are doing the questioning doing the same thing. For example Perry wonders to himself how someone can die in front of them and no one remember it the following day. This shows his morals are still intact. Later towards the end of the book when Perry is in a firefight in a South Vietnamese Hamlet he catches a VC but instead of taking him prisoner he opens fire
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