But, the problem was that he needed a gun. So, he went to the family’s tavern to get his father’s Brown Bess. Then, his father found out that he was missing his gun, and Sam was going to war with his gun, but he got AWL and General Putman wanted to set an example. On the other hand, Two Kinds of Patriots is about a man named Hank Roberts. Hank didn’t want to do with being in the war or fighting.
How can they still run the tavern? Mrs. Meeker, Tim, and Sam are the only ones left. ”Free to do what, Sam?” (Collier and Collier 7) .The authors explains at this point how people are losing their minds.The patriots are making the war sound good just to have them fight.Then they understand and after the war they would like to leave. Their will be no one to carry the family. Who will go to Verplanks Point next year to get supplies for the tavern?
Chapter 6 – 6/29/15 Pap continues to threaten Huck for going to school, but Huck goes just to offend his father. Pap also sues Judge Thatcher for possessing Huck’s fortune, which he wants for himself. In addition, he continues to get drunk. One day, Pap kidnapped Huck and took him to a wood cabin deep in the woods where no one will find them. There, the two hunt and fish while Pap drinks booze.
We find out Paul and his friends volunteered to fight because becoming a soldier was thought to be a great and honorable title to hold during that time in Germany. Paul and his friends resent their decision and their elders after they go to training camp. There the are trained by Corporal Himmelstoss who is known for his brutal tactics. Almost half of their men are dead and new recruits are brought in. Paul and his friends help out the new recruits because it turns out men are dying faster than they can be trained so the new soldiers have no knowledge of fighting on the front lines.
A great majority of the public believe when the soldiers leave to war they expect to be treated well and come back home as a hero. In Ernest Hemingway’s “Soldier’s Home” Krebs goes to war and comes home having to lie to his family about his experiences because he “found that to be listened to at all he had to lie,” and after doing that a couple of times he had a “reaction against the war and against talking about it” (Hemingway 111). The soldiers who got home before him had already told the people about their tragic experiences leaving the public not being able to handle the reality of what happened to the soldiers. With what Krebs experienced being in the war he was taught
In one of the cages there was a 10-year-old boy crying. All what he was saying was complete non-sense, so my father took him with them. In 2nd January 1850 The brotherhood got mad at my dad because he brought someone to our hideout. Most of the members wanted to send him to an asylum, but my father protested and said to them that he will turn him into a warrior. He took him home with him, he spent hours trying to get his name, but the boy said he had no name.
O’Brien still remembers a number of events from twenty years ago when he was in a war. When he is alone, he still sees a young man walking through the fog with a weapon. O’Brien recounts stories through first person still imaging them like they are happening over and over again and he cannot get the images out of his head. He writes about events in the war which it makes his daughter, Kathleen, worry about him and is concerned about what he is going through. When O’Brien lied to his daughter about him ever killing anyone she knew something was going on
I believe this because Ishmael wants to get revenge on the rebels for killing some of friends, during war. He is also determined to find his family, which he lost when the rebels were coming towards his village, the only person he was with from his family, was his older brother Junior. In the book A Long Way Gone it states, “This is one of the consequences of the civil war. People stop trusting each other, and every stranger becomes an enemy” (pg. 37).
She wants his to respect his father, even though what Willy put Biff through; for example kicking Biff out the house, not letting Biff live out his dreams and more. In the end of the book, at Willy’s funeral, Linda questions why no one attended Willy’s funeral. According to Linda, “Why didn’t anybody come [to the funeral]? …where are all the people he knew? Maybe they blame him” (110).
His problem though he liked to party and stay out all night. His father did not agree with the life style his son was starting to live in the city, so he decided to take his family and move to Mooresville Indiana in 1921. This did not help as much as John’s father expected it would in a rural area. In 1922 Johns was arrested for auto theft and this led him to join the Navy. In the Navy he was on board the USS Utah and became Fireman 3rd Class.