Analysis Of Ambush 'And The Man I Killed By Tim O' Brien

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In the chapter, “Ambush” and “The Man I Killed” is in the perspective of O’Brien when he describes the man he had killed. When he was telling the story he knew many intimate details about the man he killed. O’Brien does not know the man but because he killed him for the first time he felt the guilt for killing. His guilt and his creation of the story of the man created the man to produce many images of how he was before he was killed. He describes him as a young innocent man, which the thought of the man created more guilt for himself. He thought about the importance of the human being was violated with the blame on himself. All in all, O’Brien gets all these details from his imagination and from his guilt. After O’Brien killed the man

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