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ISSUES Briefly describe the issues that are dealt with in the book This book was vary informative to me This book mainly talked about the affects of nuclear weapons On August 6 1945 Hiroshima was destroyed by the first atom bomb ever dropped on a city It speaks about how even if you did survive the blast you were so badly injured that you would die soon anyway It talked about an incident where someones eye was melting and was oozing down his face It speaks about how houses were lifted of there foundation After all the research about the bomb was made they reported that 78150 people had been killed 13983 were missing and 37425 had been injured Even before the bomb the citizens of Hiroshima were waken almost every night because of false warnings of intruder planes coming in the area It talked about how a lot of people had to go on living with only one leg or one arm To me it brought up a good point that all those innocent people had do die for nothing CHAPTER SUMMARY Briefly summarize each of the chapters main ideas narrative features The first chapter is called A Noiseless Flash The title kind of speaks for it self That was exactly how the bomb was No one saw anything or heard anything but a flash The first chapter speaks about how people are wondering why they are alive but their next door neighbors arent It was weird there could be a house right in the middle of two houses the one in the middle survived the bomb but the other two did not A whole neighborhood could be wiped out except for a few houses Why those houses did not get knocked down no one knows The second chapter is called The Fire This chapter is about how the explosion caused many fires The fires were
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