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a story depends solely on the audience hearing it told. The why We Cant Wait by Martin Luther King Jr first example is the "few stories" Rat Kiley includes in his letter to Curt Lemon's sister. Sanders says that the moral is that nobody listens; the next day Sanders admits he made up parts of the story. O'Brien remembers body parts strewn in the jungle trees and thinks about his own memories of the event. Estamos disposio para esclarec-las. The song tells of a father warning his son about falling in love too deeply with a seemingly ideal girl, with the cautionary moral being that what appears sweet may actually be sour. On the one hand, Lemon's sister does respond, but on the other hand, her response is in the act of not answering Rat's letter. Rat believes the letter is poignant and personal; however, from Lemon's sister's viewpoint, it is inappropriate and disturbing. M, (December 31, 1969). The details of O'Brien's nightmare flashback Dave Jensen singing "Lemon Tree" cinch the story as true.
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OBrien is an American novelist whom is supremely known for his knowledge and experiences in the Vietnam War. Next, O'Brien tells what following Lemon's death: the unit comes across a baby water buffalo. Yellow mother, to be a coward or have failure of nerve. The jungle is spooky, and the men start hearing strange, eerie noises which become an opera, a glee the Poem Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening club, chanting, and so on, but the voices they hear are not human. O'Brien suggests that Lemon's sister's failure to return the letter offers a kind of sad and true moral to the story. O'Brien assents that "truth" is gauged by the responses stories evoke: ". For the most part, he wants his readers to comprehend there is nothing positive about war. O'Brien offers readers the advice that they should be skeptical, and offers a story told to him by Mitchell Sanders as an example. To Rat, these stories about Lemon's extreme and questionable acts are true, and he wants to convey this truth to the sister, who fails to respond because she understands the stories in completely antithetical ways. The story takes on a message of truth because of the context of the unanswered letter.
What seems to happen becomes its own happening and has to be told that way. The second story that fails to connect its meaning with its hearer is the fantastic and spooky story that Mitchell Sanders tells about the squad who was assigned to listen for signs of enemy movement. Gook, slang term for a person of East Asian descent, here meaning, specifically, a Vietnamese. Similarly to the way war distorts a soldier's perception of right and wrong, O'Brien's story distorts the perceptions of beauty and cruelty of the audience. Air strikes, air attacks on a ground or naval target. Rat Kiley and Lemon's sister belong to different interpretive communities; they have different sets of experiences and expectations that they use to understand stories.
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