Wartime Lies: On Decisions Essay | Essay

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Wartime Lies: On Decisions

Summary: Novel of Wartime Lies by Louis Begley, on how characters have to make decisions.
In the novel Wartime Lies by Louis Begley, many characters are faced with decisions everyday in life. Some of which are life threatening. In this novel, Maciek had to make a decision whether to save his grandmothers life, or risk his. Another decision that was made was Maciek's family moving in with the Reinhard's family, so the Germans would not take them away. These decisions impacted their lives greatly.

Maciek had to make a decision whether to save his grandmothers life or not to. His grandmother was suffering from a liver illness that was life-threatening. Even though he was living during World War II, he went out to his doctor, and bought a leech so he can put on his mothers liver to suck out the congestion. She felt a lot better afterwards. Maciek had to make the decision to save his grandmothers life, because she is very...

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