World War Z Character Analysis

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World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War is a 2006 novel by author Max Brooks, which depicts a post apocalyptic world, in which numerous aspects of daily life have completely transformed. The transformations occur in environmental, political, and social structures as well as religious and economic aspects. To fully become aware of all the transformations the narrator travels to numerous parts of the world to collect the testimonies of dozens of survivors. Within this novel, there are numerous examples reflecting common human behaviors during an extensive catastrophic episode. First of all, many human beings tend to make short-sighted and often harmful decisions in a catastrophic event. An example of a short-sighted and harmful decision…show more content…
Many of those which were talked of in this section, were the first million or so people to flee from their native regions, and also thought this catastrophic episode wouldn 't be as long and or as strong as it was. In reality, this is indeed an actual thing most people might do during a time of panic, because the majority of the time these entertainment devices and or luxury products will ensure a way to cope with the current state of mind of the person. The high importance of other products will divert the average person’s from what they really need, in order to survive. However, many people would feel as if they have adequately prepared for such a…show more content…
Even though it is portrayed that there were people, willing to enlist in the military and combat the undead. The most surprising part of this section was the fact that there was a nun who was on Todd Waino’s side. The portrayal of the nun as a militant was rather unusual and empowering especially in the times portrayed by the book. It is usual to see nuns in places such as Churches or community service places, but not in combat. Other than seeing a nun in a battlefield, it is common for people to pick up guns and go to war in order to protect themselves and or their loved
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