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Innocence of War Krebs and the soldiers seem to share very similar emotions after returning from war When soldiers talk about war it seems to distract their minds from the realities of coping with traumas witnessed War can leave the soldier traumatized Young soldiers go into war with the innocence of youth but return aged and with experience In war the soldiers witness horrible traumas In Tim OBriens How to Tell a True War Story the soldiers seem to love telling stories weather factual or fictional They realize that War is grotesque OBrien 555 and that War makes you dead OBrien 555 The story telling for the soldiers seems to ease the minds from realities they have witnessed They tend to start some of the stories with For example OBrien 550 and Gods Truth OBrien 551 also I heard this one OBrien 550 So it would seem that for the soldiers its difficult to separate what happened from what seemed to happen OBrien 550 as they try to cope with the disturbances seen during war Krebs in Ernest Hemingways Soldiers Home realized His lies were quite unimportant Hemingway 153 no one was actually listening to his stories After being home for a month Krebs started to get nausea Hemingway 153 feelings from the story telling He would rather get a routine going and ignore reality and people Krebs wanted to be left alone The soldiers in Wilfred Owens Dulce et Decorum Est says My friend you will not tell with such high zest Owen l 26 after witnessing the horrific events from war The soldiers felt helpless in watching the deaths of the other soldiers As He plunges at me guttering choking drowning Owen l16 we could not do anything but watch in horror They are telling other youthful soldiers that In all my dreams Owen l 15 you would not want to tell the whole reality of the war story With the war
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