Analysis Of Courage By Chris Klay

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Klay did not only show believable and moral moments in his book. He also showed a sense of generalization. War has a different meaning to everyone, but the results of war are deaths, injuries and trauma for the majority. “The road kept turning under our wheels, and my eyes kept scanning automatically for anything out of place, signs of digging or suspicious piles of trash. It doesn’t stop. Tomorrow we would do this again. Maybe get blown up, or get injured, or die, or kill somebody. We couldn’t know” (Klay 51). Soldiers have a specific routine everyday which is always look out for members of the squad, kill the enemy before the enemy kills you, think on your feet once you’re in the battlefield. Soldiers are always thinking all the time of
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