The sound pierced through the air and at that moment they knew Alexander was dead. The boys were almost through the fence when the guns started to fire again. The bullets were just missing them, but as soon as Josef stood up a bullet struck his leg. Israel was trying to pick his brother up, but was too weak. He knelt down beside his brother and then glanced at Alexander.
Later on, Charley and his battalion, led by Lieutenant Thomas, decided to head to Somme where the bulk of the chaos takes place in the comic. During the battle, Charley went out of his way to save a soldier who was struck by a sniper fire. The sniper decided to take aim on Charley himself, but the bold Sergeant Tozer tries his best to save Charley from the crossfire. Charley managed to find cover, but the soldier that he previously saved was mortally wounded and later died. This angered the young protagonist and he swore that he will avenge his death by killing the German who shot him.
Someone needs to come into my life to lift me up from my nicotine-ridden lifestyle. I walk into the kitchen and pop a piece of white bread into my toaster. As the toast is cooking, I pick up the St. Louis Dispatch newspaper and start to skim over the advertisements. One advertisement caught my eye: a medium-sized lemon beagle for sale (can talk!). Can talk?
He cooked dinner with the briefcase, and he vacuumed the house with it. He baked cookies with it in his hands. He strangely slept with his briefcase. He took it to gym to lightweights. Everywhere he went; people would stop and ask “What is in that briefcase, Mr. Piggles?” “None of your business” he always said.
They have decapitated some of the villages members on the same log but this time the village people were going to stand up and not let it happen again. The same man that helps Marcus get to the village fired shots in the air as soon as Ahmad Shah was putting the knife to Marcus’s neck, and told them to step back or they would die but the Taliban army refused to back
After staging his own death, the enemy sniper moves out into the open, a clear and easy shot. “Then, when the smoke cleared, [the sniper] peered across and uttered a cry of joy.” “The sniper looked at his enemy falling.” “Then the sniper turned over the death body, and looked into the face of his brother. I regret his actions. “The sniper look at his enemy falling, underline and shuttered. The lust of battle died in him.” This is the end result when violence and assumption overcome us: we react in the right away.
For instance, “Taking the whiskey flask from his pocket, he emptied it in a draught. He felt reckless under the influence of spirit” (O’Flaherty 208). This shows that war is full of pain and suffering which conveys the main idea. Secondly, “But ranged as infantry, and staring face to face / I shot at him as he at me / And killed him in his place” (Hardy). This shows the central idea of war tearing people apart when faced with an unknown adversary.
Fifty thousand men died right here on this field, fightin ' the same fight that we 're still fightin ' amongst ourselves today. This green field right here, painted red, bubblin ' with the blood of young boys. Smoke and hot lead pourin ' right through their bodies. Listen to their souls, men. I killed my brother with malice in my heart.
Charley starts to charge blindly when his unit is ordered to, and he does not stop until a sergeant trips him to keep him from running to his death. “Kill them all. Before they could kill him.” (pg. 51). Charley then finds out that Nelson, a soldier he had spoken with, was shot in the stomach.
Skylar Yee Ms. Brahmst Period 3 English 10 21 October 2015 Analytical Paragraph - Rough Draft In the novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, Erich Maria Remarque describes how wars result in psychological and physical damage. The emotional and physical devastation is a consequence of the war. While the men who survive the battles are turned into animals, other men die painful, bloody deaths. Paul Baumer, the main character, enters the war voluntarily, eager to fight. He is among his fellow soldiers during a bloody bombardment when he describes how the war has changed him and his comrades.