Analysis Of Robert Ross In The Wars By Timothy Findley

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Society peer pressure is pressure put in a member of a group by the larger group to act and behaver a certainly way. Men have the role of being the rough guy, that’s the role society has gave them. In times of war men are expected to fight and kill the enemy’s without feeling any sympathy. In The Wars, Robert Ross enlisted himself in World War I, but because of his sensibility over living things he couldn’t become what society planned for him. The Wars by Timothy Findley questions how we understand the word. In his essay, I will talk about the role of men in society by an analysis of Robert Ross and the solders physical view. Robert Ross’s role in society. Robert Ross was a solder and young man with a great sensibility

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