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The Setting of "Johnny Got His Gun "

Summary: Essay describes the setting of the novel "Johnny Got His Gun" by Dalton Trumbo.
How does a World War II soldier live when he sustained injuries that left him without arms, legs nor his face? In Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun, Joe has lost everything he holds precious; however, he still obtains hope, which is symbolized by the hospital. The battlefields is where not only he lost his limbs and face, but where he had lost his perspective of the world. Both settings represent contrasting ideas of life and regret. The battlefields demonstrates what war can be and the fury Joe Bonham possess; he has tasted war and it was bitter. On the other hand, the hospital represents the aftermath of his injuries where he regains and begins to make contact to the world. Both places give a recognized and bitter theme the grim reality of war.

The battlefields are where the predicament progressed to when he was blown apart by...

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