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Analyze the relationships between soldiers in Atonement (Part 2), "The Things They Carried" by O'Brien and "Guests of the Nation." O'Connor.

Analyze the relationships between soldiers in Atonement (Part 2), "The Things They Carried" by O'Brien and "Guests of the Nation." O'Connor. What are the psychological and/or emotional states created by those soldier relationships? How are they similar, or different, and why? And how do those states then relate to what happens in the stories?

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