Johnny Got his Gun - Dillon Taing APE4 Mr Frey Regardless of the differing cultures religions or ethnicities a familial relationship characterizes

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Dillon Taing APE4 Mr. Frey 4/24/20 Regardless of the differing cultures, religions, or ethnicities, a familial relationship characterizes a genuine love that extends simply beyond its blood ties. In Johnny Got His Gun , Dalton Trumbo masterfully captures such an authentic and mutual relationship through son and father. Throughout the entirety of the passage, Trumbo intentionally organizes the syntax and utilizes literary devices to convey an affectionate tone: perfectly displaying the simple nuances of the two characters. By incorporating a calm, unquoted dialogue, as well as careful attention to detail and word choice, the bond between the young man and father is personified to unconditional love. When introducing the scenery of the environment, Trumbo skillfully establishes the tone of the passage through his meticulous use of detail to illustrate a vivid picture. The place that the son and father hold dear to their hearts is a tent build “under an enormous pine,” drawing a serene atmosphere that both characters treasure deeply. It is blatant simply the shared time

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