How Does Ishmael's Perspective Change In A Long Way Gone

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In the memoir, “A long Way Gone” by Ishmael Beah, his initial perspective on his life and war has dramatically changed in the development of the book. “ It was a beautiful summer day, the sun wasn’t too hot, and the walk didn’t feel long either, we chatted about all kinds of things, mocked and chased each other.” (Beah 7). Ishmael 's initial point of view on the world was the same as any other kid who had never been involved in war or killings. He loved rap music and hanging out with his friends and family, just like most teenage boys. But unfortunately, Ishmael 's perspective changes and progresses throughout the story for the worse, because of many traumatizing moments he had experienced, as well as the grief and loss he encountered to
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