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'Lost in the War' by Nancy Antle

Summary: A description of how a little girl is affected by the war.
Nancy Antle's, Lost in the War, tells of a little girl and her family who have been striving through an emotional time ever since one of their family members have died in the Vietnam War. In History class, the twelve-year-old, Lisa Grey, troubles to study about the Vietnam War that killed her father. "Mr. Cooke continued with his talk on Vietnam. I didn't listen.", Lisa said to herself. (Antle 34) But worst of all, her internal conflict of man vs. himself is coping with her mother's constant, everyday nightmares of her husband's death. Even though it has been 20 years after the Vietnam War, Lisa's mother still grieves over remembering when she was a nurse during the Vietnam War; the horrible dreams and images of wounded, dead soldiers from the battlefield haunted her. "I should have been there when he died. I should have been there.", as Mrs. Grey repeats...

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