They become hardened and angry, because no one back home understands what they are going through. After his best friend dies, Rat Kiley, a medic, writes a letter to the friend's sister, telling her what a wonderful man her brother was. The sister never writes back, and Rat's grief turns to hard anger. Tim explains that this is a true war story, because there is no moral, only ugliness and cruelty. One particularly strange story Tim heard from Rat Kiley: a soldier brought his girlfriend to Vietnam.
All the windows rattle. The anti-aircraft guns are getting active.” Descriptive type of writing was used to help her audience perceive about the events that occurred during the war. Pathos was also used in her writing to deliver the emotions of her essay to the audience. Here are some examples of pathos from her piece. From the fourth paragraph of her essay, it said: “What is that prevent us?
Lone Ranger, (Henry Ovalles) is a very picky man with deceiving looks. He has a tumor, but does not want anyone to know about it. Unlike Lone Ranger, (Macho Man) has too much stories to tell; he says that he slept on the wheel and bruised himself; he also makes a lot of noise and shares all his secrets to Lone Ranger. This is the excuse he gives to escape witnessing the birth of his baby daughter. Chaunice Chapman designed the set; it reflects hospitals during the late 90’s.
In the concentration camp hospital, Eliezer’s neighbor remarks he has lost faith in everything except what? (A) God (B) Death (C) Hitler (D) Eliezer 22. During the long run after Buna, what does Eliezer say was the only thing that kept him from giving up? (A) His faith in God (B) His desire for justice (C) His father’s presence (D) A sense of pride 23. In the shed, taking a brief break from the run, what does Eliezer pray for?
This is discovered when the patriarch, Julian Hayden, says to his son Wesley “Ever since the war…Ever since Frank came home in a uniform and you stayed home, you’ve been jealous” (118). This favoritism shows what little respect Julian holds for his younger son that stems from Franks dominance between the Hayden siblings. Wes is constantly put down because of his brother’s achievements; these situations can either make or break Wesley. In all families, there is a member who thrives on ‘power trips’, and in this specific situation, it was Julian, “He wanted, he needed, power…he was a dominating man who drew sustenance and strength from controlling others” (20). Julian acquires his power through putting others down, especially Wes; this causes Wesley to have a lot of animosity towards his father.
One of the brothers named Henry receives a letter from the United States Government stating that he has been drafted into the Marines due to the Vietnam war at the time. In the middle of the story Henry returns home from the war. Once home, It is apparent to the family and Henry's brother Layman that Henry has changed. Henry isn't the same man he was when he left for the war, Henry is quiet, angry, paranoid, and never stationary. This brings conflict into the story, Lyman struggles to awaken his brothers old self by trashing their beloved red convertible in an attempt to get his brother Henry to return to his normal self.
The value of their lives was also changed by war. Their identities were lost. As a fellow soldier lies dying, the men around him are forced to care more about obtaining his good boots he won’t need than morn his lost life. In war time orderlies and doctors don’t have time to learn the dying men’s names, but are impatient for the bed that will open up after a death. Paul and the other young men eagerly signed up thinking war would be glorious “only to find [they] were to be trained for heroism as though [they] were circus ponies” (22).
War what a small word, but with a lot of meaning billions of words to describe War it brings fear, anger, pain, sacrifice , and many more stuff to human beings.. Some go to war not knowing what their fighting for they go fight get killed or come out all traumatized. Few become legends heroes that’s why theirs a little medal that brings so much pride in a solider called the medal of honor and no its not a video game .This man mans story is a dream come true from working in the fields getting paid a dollar a day trying to feed his eleven brother a sisters to making movies living the good life His name Audie Murphy. Murphy was the sixth in his family out 12 brothers and sisters. He dropped out of school in the 8th grade to work picking cotton for a dollar a day at in any farm that would hire him to help out his parents.
The 1998 movie Smoke Signals focuses on the process of how Victor Joseph accepts and forgives his father, Arnold Joseph. From the beginning, Victor is uncertain about his father’s feelings about him because Victor has heard his father Arnold has saved Thomas, not Victor. Every time Victor hears it, his uncertainty about his father Arnold increases regularly. Victor’s feeling of lack of the father’s love is well illustrated by Victor’s answer to his father’s question: “What is your favorite Indian?” He answers “nobody,” and repeats it three times to emphasize his distrustfulness on his father. Victor’s feeling of the lack of his father’s love is more deepened after his father Arnold has left home.
Monetary value and pride is at the centerfold of every decision that the governments make. Three fellow soldiers came forward when Ortiz was arrested, saying that Mike was very angry when he came home from the deployment. Mike alienated most of his friends choosing not to talk about what were really bothering him. This actually brings up a very interesting point about soldiers and their unwillingness to get counseling. It may be because there is a stigma about going to get help being associated weakness or maybe soldiers feel like talking about their time during deployment brings up the memories of what they’ve done, seen, or experienced.