Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Dialectical Journal #10

“When she was nine, my daughter Kathleen asked if I had ever killed anyone. She knew about the war; she knew I had been a solider.” This sections flips the story, while Tim O’Brien talks about others killing, others being killed, he never mentions himself killing another person. Showing a even darker side to an already dark book, it adds depth to O’Brien’s character.

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