military history, and the horror he lived through. This autobiography gives insight to whats its like living through and fighting in a war. Revealing the real problems and evil in this world. The thesis is developed by telling Chris Kyle 's life story starting when he was growing up then continues to tell the story of his life after the war. Kyle recounts numerous experiences fighting in the war, but also explains what was going on in his life and what it’s like to be a soldier in war.
Personal view of O'Brien's anecdote:“If I Die in a Combat Zone…” In "If I die in a Combat Zone: Box Me Up and Ship Me Home", Tim O’Brien gives the readers a unique insight into the Vietnam War from a soldier’s perspective. He uses dark humor to describe his firsthand experience of combat and the feelings of fear, bravery, and loss. Drafted into the war, O’Brien begins his journey in a training camp in Washington, making a close comrade who shares similar views with him. During his time at the camp, he considers the senselessness of the war and thinks of fleeing the country with his comrade, Erik. O’Brien was surrounded by the era of protest and arguments on the war.
The uniform makes for brotherhood,since when universally adopted it covers up all differences of class and country. Tim Obrien The Things They Carried. The things they carried is about Tim and his stories, his memories throughout the Vietnam war, leading up to the war when he got drafted and years later trying to deal with his emotions about everything. This book deals with different stories from other people in Tim's platoon and what they were going through and what they went through years later. Throughout this story you see how brotherhood affects a human and how death changes them.
He was going to sign to be a man and he knew a way to do it.” This demonstrates how he is willing to leave his family and everything he has to go fight in the war. He wanted to show he had as much national pride as the adults did. Lastly, “If she had known and and could tell him what would come of it, she would have fought to drag him back and the federal government could keep their eleven dollars a month.” This illustrates how dangerous the war was. Here, his mother is saying how she would have made him stay home and not given into his pleads if she knew how much trouble he would be going into. Therefore, Charley shows his pride for his side because he does a lot to make sure he is in the army and can
Anne Irwin took close observation with boys who serve on the military combat in Afghanistan take into great consideration whether this lofty experience would transform boys into manhood. It takes huge effort at the beginning for them to confront and be inured with the life at Afghanistan. Irwin taken into three steps to depict the boys experience on the combat field. The transforming experiences are social means for encouraging the difficult development of people through the life course. The first steps is the physical and geographic separation from family and soldiers take an interest in mission particular preparing and are guarantee that there are no medicinal, mental or individual concerns behind them to be deserted (93).
Howard Pyle’s “The Nations Makers” painting is an artistic response to war through the illustration of the first brave soldiers who marched towards battle during the nations beginning. The painting portrays the bravery of those fellow man by showing the courageous leading officer, the soldiers poor condition and determination, and the flag that stood high and motivated them. Howard Pyle was able to portray an image of Revolutionary soldiers many years after America defeated the British Empire, declaring Independence in 1776. Allowing the viewer to understand the sacrifice they made by marching forward to face the enemy during warfare. Howard Pyle painting defines one of the moments that took place during the country’s beginning to provide a
Many “testimonials” from veterans from the cola wars are given about the “emotional trauma” of the time of war; Through the appeal of ethos.As the his work continues on cola war veteran Nathan McCune says that the war was not fought between many different people around but “brother against brother……...fear that you’d run into an old classmate”it is a way to reveal ethos in the article of the “Cola Wars”(7)As the journalist continues on with the speech ethos it became a powerful tool because it showed the fear in competing with fellow friends. The use of evidence about how “traumatizing” the “Cola Wars” were; this establishment of “testimonials” use ethos will continue to appeal throughout the essay.The allure of Ethos in his argument allows the critical thinker to continue establishing the claim about how many people exaggerate the small in important things while ignore the important
Hidden Things They Carried In the short story, “The Things They Carried,” the author, Tim O’Brien writes about an American army platoon during the Vietnam conflict that is led by Lieutenant Jimmy Cross. Lieutenant Cross is very much in love with Martha at the beginning of the story and she sends him letters signed “Love,” but he realizes he needs to focus on the task at hand rather than daydream about her. O’Brien uses this short story to efficiently demonstrate three major points in the Vietnam conflict including: pressure put on the men to act tough, carrying both physical and emotional burdens, and mental changes in people on the battlefield. First, the soldiers had to have a tough guy façade. When under fire, the men would sometimes squeal and beg God not to let them die, but once the attack was over, they would compose themselves.
He uses a strong choice of diction and syntaxes to appeal to the emotions of his audience. Pieces of his speech such as, “...testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated. can long endure,” and, “The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here,” show his overwhelming feeling towards what he is speaking about. The civil war left a deep impression on Lincoln and he let that shine through as he gave the Gettysburg Address. Using the ethos style in his speaking let the audience know that he was going through as rough of a time as they were during and after this hard time in American
If the coaches do not know the proper signs and symptoms for a concussion then they are most likely to believe the athlete, overlook the symptoms, and let them continue playing. The board of directors for the 2015-2016 National Athletic Trainers Association has been announcing their two focuses for this year are to: strengthen the athletes knowledge on concussions, as well as strengthening coaches and parents knowledge. The board stated, due to the significant impact of concussions and the constantly changing safety techniques, they are trying to produce the best teams possible to handle situations (Cournoyer). From the survey conducted, which contained concussion awareness information, it was found out of the one hundred sixty six people who participated eighty eight percent felt athletes should be knowledgeable about concussions, ninety three percent said athletes should be knowledgeable, and ninety one percent said coaches as well should be