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At Wars End Warriors as well as members of society experience intense suffering and irreparable deprivation an inevitable consequence placed upon both the private and public sectors of life as a result of battle There are both positive and negative results that individuals experience during and after war including but not limited to the growth of character and interpersonal strength The Soldier War Beowulf victory over the enemy Beowulf loss of or diminished morals Fighting South of the Ramparts death Beowulf War heartbreak The Soldier loss of hope One Soldier and physical deterioration One Soldier A father brother or husband can seldom be replaced after war a void is created in the domestic livelihood for which there is little optimism if any that the future will or can fill The loss of an individuals protector companion or descendant is poorly repaid by wars empty glory The acquisition of territory may add notoriety to a king but the brilliance of a crown throws little light upon domestic despair Wiglaf a character in Beowulf expresses this idea Often when one man follows his own will many are hurt This happened to us Nothing we advised could ever convince the prince we loved our lands guardian not to vex the custodian of the gold let him lie where he was long accustomed lurk there under earth until the end of the world He held to his high destiny The hoard is laid bare but at a grave cost it was too cruel a fate that forced the king to that encounter 2073076-86 Another example of substantial loss suffered by individuals and society as a result of war is exemplified in Krishan Chandars The Soldier a village over which stretched the sky-Abdullas village Abdulla who would never return He had died fighting in an Italian villageand Nisar Zaman Khan said And Nisardad Khan 547 The author continues to emphasize the loss faces which had sprung from the same soil
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