The Things They Carried Essay | Student Essay

Tim O'Brien
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The Things They Carried: Azar's Characteristics

Summary: This is an essay analyzing the character Azar in "The Things They Carried" by Tim O'Brien.
The Things They Carried is a novel about the Vietnam War and how it affected the people involved. The author, Tim O'Brien, accurately depicts the emotional stress as well as the physical stress that is accompanied by war. O'Brien does it so descriptively that the reader can really feel the struggles and heartaches of war. This novel is a series of independent stories that are woven together to show the reality of the Vietnam War, such as the reality that many of the soldiers were young teenage boys. O'Brien conveys the realities of war through his characters. One such character is Azar. He is a young man who tends to act a bit childish at times. In The Things They Carried, the author depicts Azar's personality by clearly showing his bold, immature, and insistent characteristics through his words and actions.

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