Summary Of The Novel 'The Things They Carried'

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A good novel is a novel that makes you think while a great novel is a novel that makes you question whether or not what the author is conveying to the readers is, in fact, true or not. Indeed, The Things They Carried is a great novel. This novel consists of many occasions in which the author made the readers stop and really think about what they just read. A central question to The Things They Carried is whether or not the events described-- with vivid details-- is true or not. When the readers gets to the chapter where O’Brien described how he killed the young man, they realized that there is no way that this didn’t happened and they are correct. But when they read further on, they see that O’Brien is stating that he didn’t kill anyone while

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