Men and woman have died in situation that one would

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consider a coward. Men and woman have died in situation that one would think” just run or hide” but the consequences of being labeled or feeling like a coward in some situation causes a lot of our heroes to be killed in action. The story also gives the readers a front seat on materials and items soldiers hold dearly to them. What one carries to peaceful environment is completely different from what you would carry in war. Combat gear is essential for survival but relics, photo of loved ones and letters are just as important to because you to stay focus on the reason you left and want to get back. The death scene in my opinion is a little censored but the reaction of the first kill is about right. Most military members do things that often they feel will make them look tougher because just like being a labeled a coward you don’t want to be seen as weak ( Goldstein, J. 2011) . Example is the detail about the young dead Asian that was killed by the hand grenade was graphic but writing without emotion or shock. 2. What makes Andy’s mother an important character in “Doe Season”? Doe season is basically a child’s gender identity torn between doing what the father does as to please him or following in gender based duties as what women did as such cooking and cleaning in the house ( Parenthood, P. n.d.) .
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