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Lady Borton has experienced many difficult occurrences throughout her life She has seen more terror and horror than anyone else has probably perceived I can not imagine going through all the things that she has had to go through Lady Borton served as a nurse during the Vietnam War She also has been back to Vietnam to help the victims still affected by the war Lady Borton has dedicated her life to helping the less fortunate Lady Borton was born into a very loving family She had caring parents and a very supporting family This had a great effect on how she viewed the world She is not self-centered or self-absorbed I think this is very evident by the way she writes her stories She writes about how the war affected the Vietnamese and not just the Americans So often we are only subjected to the American view of the story and forget about all the innocent victims of Vietnam As I mentioned earlier many innocent kids are being born with severe birth effect Lady Borton writes One infant had four arms another a bowl in place of her cranium a third a face on his abdomen a forth his naval protruding from his foreheadBorton 1103 These are just some of the effects of the harmful pesticides the Americans used on the Vietnamese Lady Borton does not just take the American view and view it as being the right view She still visits Vietnam and serves a nurse when she does Lady Borton has a very unique way of writing She gives names and describes each of her characters She wants the readers to realize that the people in her stories are real and not just some made up persons Her writings allow the reader to interact with the story and become a part of it Most authors that write about a negative event rarely use names and descriptions because they do not want
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