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Fallen Angels

Summary: Examines the book Fallen Angels, by Walter Dean Myers. Details the experiences of soldiers in the Vietnam War. Tells how soldiers in the Vietnam War had to deal with different climates and how they had to alter their daily routines in reaction to the weather.
The book Fallen Angels is written by Walter Dean Myers and is a detailed account of the Vietnam War. The book tells how a solder named Perry and some of the soldiers he meets cope with ways to stay alive. There are many aspects that solders in Vietnam had to adapt to. The setting in Vietnam is different then anywhere else in the world. Often soldiers had to alter there daily routine and this would effect there reactions to the different types of weather.

One problem in Vietnam is the excessive heat and rain. Often soldiers would have special clothes to deal with these extremes conditions. The houses that they live in were designed to sustain the heat and rain. In Vietnam, it rains almost every day and the temperatures nearly 100 degrees for most of the year. Perry had said, "I was wearing my flak jacket. It weighted...

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