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April 6, 2011 Jaideep Singh Discussion questions From the Novel without a Name: I wonder how many people join the Army, Navy, or other government war related organizations hoping to find themselves,; however, instead they end up loosing themselves and struggle At the end of the book, Quan, sees his first American soldier, a
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Unformatted text preview: prisoner, and realizes that he is, like Quan himself, a pawn of his government. I think this is when Quan realizes that he doesn’t hate the American solider, but more the engine that drives the solider....
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