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Throughout societys history war and violence have been a way to show the power of pride and knowledge After seeing the terror and complexities of war one might find other ways to show these characteristics I plan to demonstrate for an audience of peers and professors how the works of Liam OFlaherty and Ralph Ellison convey realism and power when showing the effects of violence and war usually due to conflicts of interest in racial and ethnic issues The lives of the characters in the pieces written by these authors were effected indefinitely WAR The soulless eyes look up at me once were bright and full of loveBattles fought for untold reasonsStripped the body of life within The living dead His torn scarred face stares at the sky Excepting only death to fall from the blackening clouds All traces of beauty Were blown away in bloody combat The ugliness of war is seen With my father and brothers being soldiers of the United States Army war and violence is a constant threat to our family There is always the question of when they will be called off to defend our country by risking their lives in the line of duty What causes war and violence A German-American philosopher believes that a major cause of war throughout human history is the conflict between freedom and tyranny Though this may seem to be a probable cause the lasting effects of war and violence are much more horrific than the conflicts themselves The psychological effects that a soldier experiences after war is much more damaging than the few minor scraps bruises and broken bones They often go through shock and even lose control of their lives Some find it hard to return to the lives that they left behind some can not even survive in society They do not live their lives as heroes as they expected to walking in to
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