Lament To The Spirit Of War Analysis

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Lament to the Spirit of War Quiz One Response In Lament to the Spirt of War, the idea of war is a frightening and quite scary place to be. Although reading this story is not like the reality of war, a person has a sense of what it feels like to be caught in the war itself. The story gives details that explains what a soldier feels like when he or she is in battle. Like a “raging storm” or a “fiery monster.” The feet of the solder is filled with anxiety. These are powerful and somewhat meaningful examples of what that the story points out to its readers. Only one could imagine what a solder feels and thinks when he or she is in the war; their hearts are filled with anger, their feet and body is filled with anxiety worried if they will ever
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