Nguyen Huynh Cong Minh S3408907 ENGL 2201 – Group 4 Critical Response Essay | NO WOMEN IN COMBAT In the article, “ No Women in Combat “ wrote by Darren Graves in 2008. The author presents three main points to show that women do not have enough conditions to serve in combat and some illustrations to support his ideas. Graves.D claims that mental toughness and physical strength are the main reasons which prevent women to survive in combat. Furthermore, the author advocates the reason that women often tend to accidents in the high stress situation. Finally, he concludes his viewpoints with disagree vote of women should be in combat like men.
After Marilyn swallowed the tablets Murray and Greenson didn’t call the ambulance as planned instead they waited until she died. To create more suspicions the official statement on her death given by Murray couldn’t be reliable since she had changed her testimony multiple times. For instance her second testimony stated that she found Marilyn’s body at around midnight and called Marilyn’s publicist first. Was she told what to say? Coincidentally after the incident she flew over to Europe for a vacation.
Tarantino shows her driving in this scene to show that she is still has not completed her journey. She first explains what Bill and the Deadly Viper Assassins have done to her (by this time in the movie we know that she once was part of the Deadly Viper Assassins). She tells how they annihilated her wedding rehearsal with intent to kill her and everyone there, and they almost did just that. The last bullet was saved for Bill to end the life of the pregnant bride “Arlene,” but it did not kill her, it put her into a coma. She was in a hospital until one day four years later; Beatrix was awoken by the bite of a mosquito.
Younger women such as Parvana and Shauzia take on the responsibilities from the older women and unite in providing for their families, by digging up bones and selling cigarettes. Afghanistan was once a country who had individual beliefs and all believed in religion and culture. Although, the Taliban has prohibited women from leaving their homes without a male escort as well as pressuring Afghan women to wear the burqa, which is a full -body covering. They have forbid women from attending school but apart from that they have forced women to become unemployed. They have strictly banned noisy shoes, cinemas, shopping and music and this has drastically affected a women’s ‘normal’ daily life.
Her whole world went black and gloomy that day, and after her son’s death she just didn’t feel as if her life had meaning anymore. Aibileen has a quite strong dislike for whites now because when her son was severely injured at work, his fellow white coworkers did very little to help him; resulting in his death. Her bitterness emerges throughout the book, specifically when Mrs. Leefolt suggests that blacks were dirty. In response to this comment she said “I feel that bitter seed growing inside a me, the one planted after Treelore died. I want to yell so loud that Baby Girl can hear me that dirty isn’t a color, disease ain’t the Negro side a town.” Her son is her main motivation to keep pressing on through life no matter what.
Name: Nguyen Khanh Nhat Student ID: S3343795 Group: 4 No women in combat Today, women are more respected in society than in the past. In the article “No women in combat” by Darren Graves in Union of Military Men, 2008 the author proposes the benefits of using men in combat and he gives the idea that women are not as strong as men both physically and mentally to fight in combat. This essay will critically respond to the article. First, the author gives the idea that women are not strong enough in mental health to survive in combat situation. In other word, the author means that the women are so coward to be suitable for battlefield.
“We are 157-337 running north and south. Wait listening on 6210.” That was the last America heard of Amelia Earhart, their treasured aviatrix. It was in the dawning hours at about 8:45 am that the frantic and shrill voice was transmitted to the Itasca Coast Guard Cutter (USCGC). Completing the last leg of her around-the-world journey, Amelia is thought to have vanished somewhere in the center of the Pacific Ocean, the only thing that stood between her and her astonishing accomplishment of traveling around the world. Panic and tragedy surged in upon all those who had heard of the famous woman pilot, and almost immediately, search and rescue groups were sent in hopes of finding Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan.
/ This is number three (Plath 21-22).” In the poem she describes the two previous attempts at killing herself when she says “The first time it happened I was ten. /It was an accident. /The second time I meant to last it out and not come back at all (Plath 35-38)”. She describes death as “an art” that she does “exceptionally well” (Plath 43-45). The narrator is clearly miserable with her life and considers suicide to be the only solution.
Consider how far off the radar screen our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have fallen. Both wars proceed, almost on their own, with too little awareness of their objectives, with too little urgency attached to reaching those objectives, and with too much ongoing misery and tragedy suffered by our troops and their families. These are wars that we don’t spend much energy thinking about, yet civilians continue to die and a whole generation of American soldiers is suffering impacts that, for many, will require a lifetime to overcome. Pauline Jelinek, writing for the Associated Press, describes the damage in a recent article entitled, “Morale sinks among troops in Afghanistan.” In terms of combat casualties, at least 1,468 American troops have
Mulan planned to get married, but she joined the army in place of her dad, because her dad was too weak to join the army, he will die for sure if he joined the army. Even though girls were not allowed to join the army, but she still joined. That is not the only the heroic thing that