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Unformatted text preview: he approaches her, he sees a necklace made of human tongues around her neck. She insists to Fossie that what she is doing isn’t bad and that he, in his sheltered camp, doesn’t understand Vietnam. • Later on he found out she crossed to the otherside, the land. • Dobbins superstition kicks in and he wears his girlfriends stockings around his neck. He survives a few near-death obstacles and even though they break up he continues to wear them because they are “magical.” • The platoon comes across an old building that functions as a church and Dobbins and Kiowa talk about religion. • O’Brien starts with a list of physical traits and characterstics of the man he killed with a grenade. He then goes on to describe the platoon’s reactions. • Years later, O’Brien’s daughter asks if he has ever killed anyone and he insists that he hasn’t. • He later recounts the tale of My Khe. •...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EN 100 taught by Professor Rhoads during the Spring '08 term at Elizabethtown.
- Spring '08