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Hipen Shah Ezra Nielsen 10/11/2010 Paper 2 Final Draft Untitled A representation of a war story is not necessarily always true . You cannot believe everything someone says about war because they are not there to experience war . Also to some people war is fighting other factions to protect their people and country . They believe that war has no moral . We have many brave people fighting wars to help save there people. Hollywood always make movies about war but they have some sort of moral or a life lesson to be learned . In Tim O’Brien’s “How to Tell True War Story,” O’Brien tells us the fictional account of his experiences in the Vietnam War and by telling this fictional story, he creates a mythology that allows him to deal with complexities of war and to make sense of reality . In Malcolm Gladwell’s “The Power of Context: Bernie Goetz and the Rise and Fall of New York City Crime,” Gladwell he uses case studies to break down social issues and how human beings are sensitive to their environment . Overall, Gladwell and O’Brien claim that there never has to be a moral in order to make sense of reality . Not everything you here is always true about war
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2010 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Uzwiak during the Three '10 term at Charles Sturt University.

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Paper 2 - Hipen Shah Ezra Nielsen 10/11/2010 Paper 2 Final...

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