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Mary Roach
This Study Guide consists of approximately 39 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Grunt.
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Military Clothing (Chapter 1)

The author draws a parallel between the construction of military clothing and the construction of a bridal gown. Do you find this comparison apt? Why or why not?

Cadavers as Test Subjects (Chapter 2)

One of the book’s key thematic considerations involves the examination of different kinds of heroism. How might signing your body over to military-based research, or any kind of medical research, be defined as a kind of heroism? 

The Effects of Loud Noise (Chapter 3)

Hearing loss is one of several sorts of “less visible injuries” that the author suggests “can be the hardest kind to have” (70), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) being another. What, do you think, is meant by this? Why might such injuries be hard to have?

Damage to Male Genitalia (Chapter 4)

The author’s exploration of genitalia-related injuries in Chapter 4 focuses almost exclusively on the experiences of male personnel...

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