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Unformatted text preview: last feelings and leaves sort of a final testimony. He describes the area in Iraq he is in like a physical hell; its very hot and humid and unpredictable. There are wild dogs running rampant and cattle freely roam the overgrown streets. Brett Christians letter to his grandparents illustrates the closeness he has to his family. It seems also that Christian is home sick and misses everyone he knows. He complains about the poor communications they have, even now in this age, that they had in past eras. He describes the relationship that the soldiers have with the locals and how welcome he feels. And although where he is dangerous, he explains how for the most part the Iraqi Army has surrendered and the only enemy they face they dont actually face and he describes their hit-and-run tactics; the same tactics that eventually kill Christian....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENG 150 taught by Professor Mcmahon during the Spring '07 term at Creighton.
- Spring '07