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Unformatted text preview: ." He has cultivated a view of women as an optional source of pleasure "You did not need a girl unless you thought about them ." (187) Wither Harold has produced this insecurity towards women because of some action or event that may have taken place while over in Europe, it is quite clear that he has had enough of women for the time being . Harold goes on to say that he doesn’t want to become a “Charley Simmons” (189) and marry a girl, and become a “credit to the community .” (189) Harold overwhelmingly feels that he cannot love anymore and has even gotten to the point where he no longer believes in religion . During this his free time, Harold sleeps late and hangs around all day . He is a hero to his younger sisters, to his mother and and father along with the other members of society . The war and army had inadvertently manipulated Harold’s’ mind to think and believe that he no longer needed a girl ....
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- Spring '08
- English, Thought, Want, Harold, Harold Krebs