Analysis Of Unbroken By Laura Hillenbrand

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War is not something that occurs in one’s life and goes away. It is something that leaves a permanent track on the people that undergo it, which can sometimes negatively alter the way someone acts. Louie Zamperini and Mutsuhiro Watanabe are examples of people who have been affected by the war, causing them to act differently them what they used to. In Unbroken, Laura Hillenbrand displays the true stories of soldiers, showing that war is an extreme event that can sometimes bring out the worst in people. Louie Zamperini is one example of how the war unfavorably affected how he acted. After he was sent back home, Zamperini found himself struggling with alcoholism, anger issues, and the need to kill Mutsuhiro Watanabe, also known as “the Bird.”
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