Rose Under Fire Quotes

Elizabeth Wein
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But the truth is I have to keep reminding myself again and again that I want to do this, because I’m so tired now.”
-- Rose (Aug. 2, 1944)

Importance: Rose loves flying and being a pilot; it is such an integral part of her identity. This quote shows the reader the very significant effects the war is having on her. She is tired of her job being a pilot. She is tired of the war, so tired that she has to convince herself that she is happy. But this quote also shows Rose’s naiveté, because she is not even in combat. She is not constantly at risk of being killed by the enemy. Up until now, this is the most struggle she has ever faced in her life. But unfortunately, when she is sent to Ravensbrück, she will learn the true definition of “tired.”

Now that I am an ATA pilot at...
-- Rose (Aug. 2, 1944)

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