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He was beholden to the men above him and the mission and that was all—that is the narrow world enlisted men are trained to look at, and there is a beautiful simplicity to it. After a month of carrying around this dilemma like an illness, he got into his car and drove up to the border of Minnesota, where the Rainy River separates his home state from Canada. He squatted for six days in the Tip Top Lodge, a rustic fishing resort made up of a handful of run-down, empty yellow cabins on a peninsula that jutted out toward Canada.
They crossed Canadian waters, and the old man cut the motor just twenty yards from freedom. War has hovered around us, the distant but very real background of our adolescence and young adulthood, for thirteen years. Even for those of us most cloistered from its realities, some of it has seeped in—through the headlines, the magazine covers, the uniformed soldiers on plane rides home for Christmas, photos of widows crying over flag-draped coffins on our Facebook feeds. But I imagine that many volunteer soldiers these days have their own version of that boat ride, freedom and consequence on either side of them as they try to decide.
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They must have their own warring heads to contend with when they sign that contract, trying to see down the dim, narrow roads that war might lead them to: The pain, the thrill, the disappointment, the pride, the total indifference of war when it comes to whether or not you make it out whole and alive. And yet, it seemed to me, that once Andrew signed just a few months before we wed, he had a simplicity of purpose, a clean unity of heart and mind that I envied.
I had, until now, been protected from this particular dilemma. Could I support him as he fought in a war that could turn out to be one of uncertain reasons and certain blood? But behind closed doors—deep in the annals of my mind, riding back to my Harlem apartment on the subway at night, drunk on whiskey with Andrew at a neighborhood bar—I questioned his motives: Why why why? Maybe war is necessary at times, maybe even this one is, but why did he have to be the one to do its bidding? It seemed to me that my heart and conscience had once been orderly and clear, but he had invited the complicated reality of war into our snug, fourth floor apartment, fogged the air with it, making it impossible to see straight from one day to the next—it was a time of excitement and dread; pride and disgust; confusion punctuated, on occasion, by searing clarity.
Could I reconcile that man with the man who is the love of my life, the tenderest man I know, the kind of man who makes me want to be a better human being? He stayed quiet about it for the next year, too hurt and afraid to lose the person who meant most to him in the world. But it became clear, eventually, that this was no fleeting ambition.
It was hard to imagine an Army life, but it was far more impossible to imagine my life without Andrew. He left for boot camp in January , just ten days after we got married, and, alone in New York, I prepared, quietly, for my world to transform, a new future barreling towards me as I drank Sauvignon Blanc during expensive lunches with agents and sat alone at home with Lean Cuisine at night.
These numbers suddenly meant so much to me, came to signify how the war was going, and what Andrew would be heading into. Andrew and I wrote letters, little missives from distant planets, and we became lifelines for one another in a way we never had been, at least not so deeply. With each passing month apart, I felt closer to him, could begin to envision the Army life, the constant comings and goings, the highs and the lows.
But how does one prepare for their world to transform? He was a Marine officer in Columbus for a six-month training. We chatted for a while, and I felt impatient and frustrated as the minutes ticked away. I told them all to stay safe, and I felt relaxed and at home with these guys, our lives tied together by a secret we all shared.
I was becoming a guest member in their small world, and a stranger in my own, where I could tell no one the most intimate details of my life. It turns out I could marry a soldier, I could and can love him more than I ever have, love him not despite who is, but because of who he is.
My life as an Army wife is about holding that fragile paradox in my mind at all times without breaking it: I can support, love, and trust my husband, while continuing to ask questions of what he does, and whom he does it for. I suppose we all live in that space, to a certain degree; we are all fending off that same approaching tide.
That reality is just a lot more vivid in the Army, both overseas and at home. After that conversation I concentrated on that desire for him to come home with the power of prayer, envisioning what it would be to hold him, to smell on him that scent of the Army — of men, sweat, and dirt — that had become, in this short time, the smell of home to me. I knew when I held him the night he returned, that smell, the rough fabric of his uniform, the dog tags clanking against his chest would make me feel safe again.
He remembered so many of these kinds of stories, the true war stories, the moments that you can gather together and still come up, somehow, empty handed, no moral to learn from it all. This reaction surprised me—we had sat through bloody hour-long battle scenes in war movies that left me sick to my stomach and him invigorated, practically yelling orders at the soldiers on screen: Dude, situational awareness! Is it worth the possibility of losing a limb, or worse, a life with me and the kids he hoped to raise?
It never truly struck me until that moment that Andrew could have two heads. I was accustomed to being the one who needed comfort and reassurance, and I had guessed, wrongly, that while my heart was a disorderly place, his had been impeccably tidy: neatly folded uniforms, polished boots, the clean, clear heart of a soldier, decided. She is also a developmental editor at Girl Friday Productions. A man of good manners is an ornament, but a rude man is a plague to society. Good manners have always been the hallmark of noble soul. Christ washed the feet of his disciples and Lord Krishna washed the feet of his Brahmin guests.
George Washington took his hat off to a Negro who saluted him. A friend of his reprimanded him for showing so much regard to a Negro as to take off his hat to him, but he replied that he could not allow a Negro to surpass him in good manners. They are a better possession than wealth, beauty or talent. Civility of speech and action is the only thing required of man. A French woman went to the extent of saying that she could not tolerate a breach of good manner, she could never be put out by insults.
Thus civility and courtesy are of greatest value to man. A merchant, who is not courteous, soon loses his customers. A public officer, who is not courteous, soon becomes unpopular. If a lawyer wants to succeed at the bar, he must be courteous to his clients; if a professor like to be popular, he must deal with his students in a courteous manner. A man, who does not possess good manners, cannot become well bred man. Good manners are even more important than the laws of the state.
Good manners are not born with us; they have to be learnt. Without good manners, man is like a purse without money though it is very attractive from outside. A person who has been brought up in a good environment must have good manners. If a child were not taught how to behave respectfully, he would grow up rough and rude like a savage. We should not tear pages from library books or magazines. A man may be very noble, but if he is not mannerly in his conduct and behaviour, he is liable to misunderstood because he cannot be agreeable to those with whom he comes in contact.
The only difference between a cultured and uncultured man is that the former is educated and knows good manners, while the latter is illiterate and behaves like a rude man in society. Good manners are also important when we are in the company of our friends or some other people. On the other hand a treacherous person may pass for a gentleman and win the love and affection of his behavior and is of amicable and sweet disposition.
The standards and ideals of good manners differ in different countries, for different nations have different customs. Good manners also include table manners and general behaviour. When we speak to any one, one should speak clearly, distinctly and sufficiently loud for the person to hear. Good manners are also necessary for success and popularity in life. In India it is considered rube if the guests leave their host until he has given them permission to do so, but in England it is considered rude if a host asks his gussets to go after the entertainment.
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We should not leave the table until others have finished. The first principle that underlies good manners is that we should have and show consideration for the feelings of others. Good manners are the ornament of a gentleman; and a real gentleman will never try to hurt feelings of others. Thus we see that Good Manners are an Important part of our good conduct and should be followed while moving in modern society. He will not say things that will hurt others; he will not speak in a rude way to offend them.
If a man is a bundle of habits, gentleman is a bundle of manners. He will ever try to make everyone feel at his ease. As in the Middle ages in Europe the highest glory of man was to call himself a Christian, so in the twentieth century the highest tribute that could be paid to a man is to call him a gentleman. He will care for the convenience, comfort, and happiness of others more than for this own. He will show proper respect for those who are below him, who are his equals, and who are superior to him.
One should be sympathetic towards the weak and old. Manners are the ornament of an action; as there is a way of speaking a kind word or speaking a kind thing, which greatly enhances their value. Whenever we see an old person in need of a seat while travelling in a train or a bus, we should at once accommodate him.
Good manners have always been the hall-mark of noble souls. A friend of his reprimanded him for showing so much regard to a Negro as to take off his hat to him but he replied that he could not allow a Negro to surpass him in good manners. They are a better possession than wealth, beauty of talent. Besides, when we are cycling and see an old man hesitating on a crossing, we should not call him an old food. Therefore an old person must be given a room in the progressive society. Even if anyone is harsh to us, we should not use harsh words at all costs.
Politeness costs nothing it can win us many friends. We should give up evil thoughts for all time to come. A French woman went to the length of saying that she could not tolerate a breach of good manner tough she could never be put out by insults. A merchant who is not courteous soon loses his customers.
A public officer who is uncourteous becomes unpopular soon. If a lawyer wishes to succeed at the bar, he must be courteous to his clients. If a professor likes to be popular he must deal with the students in a courteous manner. If a principal wishes to manage his staff satisfactorily he must not forget to be courteous to them.
A salesman requires it most to dispose of his goods. A students requires it if he requires to be respected by his class-fellow; and a master needs it if he wants his servants to work for him and hold him in high esteem. A man who does not possess good manners cannot become a well bred man. A man may be very noble; but if he is not mannerly in his conduct and behaviour he is liable to be misunderstood because we cannot be agreeable to those with whom be comes in contact.
On the other hand, a treacherous man passes off for a gentleman and wins the love and affection of his fellowmen if he is courteous in his behaviour and is of amicable and sweet disposition. It is also a very good platform for teachers who want to share their valuable knowledge. The studying of many disciplines is impossible without independent research work, when students should improve their understanding of the topic and delve deeper into the details of an issue. If you face any difficulties with writing them, you can always buy research papers or find an outstanding topic to write your paper about.
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In return, creators earn money when they are tipped and when their stories are read. When Coppola and his team returned home, they had nearly hours of filmed material on their hands. Since the war in Vietnam had ceased less than a year prior to the filming period, the film was shot in the similar rainforest environment of The Philippines. Captain Willard is played by Martin Sheen, he is ordered to kill a U.
As a result, an editing period of almost three years was needed before a final product could be spoken of. As for the budget: because of the controversial topic of the production, Coppola failed to recruit any sponsors. He put all he had into this film, not only mentally and physically but also financially. The budget started at twelve million dollars and ended up soaring over thirty million dollars. Coppola exhibits an expedition through insanity from the very beginning of the film. You are transported to a surreal world of rainforests, mystery, and chaos. By slowly panning from left to right, you get a good look at a line of trees, a view you would recognize as an ordinary rainforest.
This changes when the serene sight goes up in flames. Paired up with an intense non-diegetic soundtrack and the faint sound of helicopters, you witness the first scene of madness. Sheen is introduced as Captain Willard: a drunk man suffering a breakdown. The genuineness of the acting is daunting, Sheen was in fact drunk during the filming of this scene. He performs unstable martial arts, cries violently, injures himself and is restless until he exhausts himself and sees his entire bed is stained with his own blood. Coppola very cleverly lets Sheen look straight into the camera, something awfully uncommon in cinematography.
Captain Willard is then given the mission to assassinate Colonel Kurtz, who has moved up to Cambodia while committing inhumane attacks on villages run by the Vietcong.
The Captain commences on his journey into the unknown, accompanied by a crew on an army motorboat. They are met by an incredible character, Lieutenant Colonel Bill Kilgore. Even though the protection of a screen is present, Kilgore is a frightening figure, a lunatic with an uncommon methodology. A magnificent shot is produced at the start of an action-packed day. A long-shot pictures a swarm of helicopters flying over the top of the rainforest at dawn. There is no dialogue, only the unified yet slightly dissonant sounds of a string orchestra.
It feels as though the helicopters are flying right at you, from afar and in slow-motion. This effect is achieved by holding the camera in a stationary position and is a unique perspective. The dark insect-like machines stand out against the pale orange sky in the background and an eerie atmosphere is created. This eerie yet peaceful scene changes suddenly as preparations are made to attack a village.
Kilgore gives orders to put on the music, the iconic Ride of the Valkyries by Richard Wagner: a perfectly chosen piece for the heat of the moment. The trembling of the strings paired up with the infamous melody played by the brass instruments adds to the already compelling scene. The internal diegetic music becomes louder and louder until the shot and music are abruptly cut. The timing is impeccable: the spectator is caught off guard, which results in Coppola gaining the full concentration of observers. This was certainly his goal as the following scene was not an easy one to compose.
A huge amount of different diachronic shots are used to capture the violence and terror executed by the incoming helicopters. The distance, angle, and movement constantly changes to imitate the flying course of the helicopters, while they destroy everything and everyone. This scene is perfectly in line with the surrounding ambiance created by Coppola. Army soldiers have landed, a series of strange events takes place that make you consider yourself as an incredibly normal being. You feel horrified by the violence, overwhelmed by the amount going on and yet intrigued by the manner of filming and the amount of action taking place.
The landscape is portrayed as a chaotic whirlwind of war and Kilgore starts a conversation with a famous surfer about surfing, a great passion of his. With bullets and bombs hurtling past them from every direction, he confidently discusses the most irrelevant topic possible and the controversy is spectacular.
You become a witness and a part of this insane act. You know, one time we had a hill bombed, for 12 hours. With Kilgore blasting orders through a megaphone, they desperately try to dodge bombs falling beside them. The smell, you know that gasoline smell, the whole hill. It apprehends the horror of war and all its faults. The only image that appeared before my eyes was the photograph of Kim Phuc and the idea of all the people suffering because of identical napalm attacks.
A sickening feeling in the bottom of my stomach was the consequence. The tumultuous setting is quieted, investing all the more attention to the shocking words being spoken. Leaving Kilgore behind and after stealing his beloved surfboard, the crew proceed their journey up-river, into the vast and dense jungle. To have filmed everything on-location was a terrific decision. As you watch, you are enclosed by this great mysterious atmosphere. This is further emphasized by calming long shots, allowing you to soak up every aspect of the complicated, busy setting.
A noticeable change at this point is the influence the rainforest and being on a mission has on Captain Willard. He seems more at ease in the dangerous rainforest than in a hotel room in Sai Gong. The concept of feeling this way in such an environment is extremely hard to comprehend and Coppola choreographs the whole thing as if totally natural. You see the main character transition from an unstable drunkard, to someone who is part of a team and crew, helping to make decisions on behalf of the others.
The composition of the scene is genius and bone-chilling. The shift from a casual conversation to complete and nerve wracking silence, in which the men realize they are not alone, grasps the spectator once again. The reactions of the actors were therefore not completely acted, as a normal human response to a tiger jumping up at you in a natural and precarious setting, would be one of fear. The choice to film the scene in this way is risky but effective.
The grave and genuine expression on their faces after the tiger attack, gives the setting an evermore unreliable sense to it. Using all these different methods creates a mysterious, seemingly real setting; to such an extent that the audience feels enveloped in it, unable to fathom and escape the amount of happenings and details and aspects throughout the entire production.
He keeps creating scenes in which acts of craziness are exhibited. As the boat proceeds, the crew encounters another American boat crew. I would have thought the boat they encountered would have a friendlier approach to men of their own country and culture, showing them solidarity as they are all situated in the same hostile war. This segment is not at all important to the story, yet has been included to build further on the hateful environment these young men find themselves in. The crew is constantly portrayed as a bunch of good men during the expedition, men with dreams and aspirations in life.
Yet a particular scene shows how the war affects even decent, ordinary people. The crew comes across three natives on a small boat. Captain Willard learns that the standard procedure is to search the boat, he argues against it but the crew nevertheless proceeds to search the vessel. It appears the local inhabitants are transporting harmless goods such as vegetables but as soon as a girl tries to stop a crew member from looking inside a certain basket, they open fire in a ridiculous manner, brutally killing the three people.
Even the youngest member on board the army vessel, only seventeen, starts shooting like a maniac. When at last they stop firing, they go on to assess what the girl was trying to hide. As the hidden product is revealed to be a small puppy, the realization sets in that they have assassinated three innocent people, merely as a result of suspicion.
The girl is in fact injured, not dead, and the crew wants to make sure she receives medical care. While at first being against the so-called obligatory search of the local boat, he resorts to killing the injured girl as he feels they have already lost too much time in regard to his mission. The whole composition of the scene is bizarre and twisted. They resume their journey and take the puppy with them, showing that they are good-hearted men only negatively reformed by their surroundings.
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The outcome of this experiment was that even the best of men can act in an inhumane or morally incorrect way. The sun is shining as they read and reply to their letters aloud. Fuck, man, this is better than Disneyland. Let me know.
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The most well-known definition of Disneyland is, however, the theme park in the USA. In fact, the last definition of Disneyland can be seen as a combination of the three definitions: a large fantasy world, filled with colourful attractions, brought to life. Where the rainforest serves as a large, bustling place filled with colourful attractions: such as rushing water, vibrant trees, and ferocious tigers.
Where the fantasy element is created by the extent of unbelievable acts committed out of pure insanity and people not knowing what to do with themselves. All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US and international copyright laws.
These ebooks can only be redeemed by recipients in the US. Redemption links and eBooks cannot be resold. Click Download or Read Online button to get reading magic book now. Wombat Divine Reviews Colin Pearce If you've ever been left out because you are too young, too fat or too something else, Wombat will make you realise that rejection is not the end of things and that everyone has a very important place. What two terms are used for an organisms binomial name?
What type of diagram do scientists use to show how species are related? Classification WebQuest. Objective 3: Classify organisms using an orderly pattern based upon structure. Arrange organisms according to kingdom i. Report on changes in classification systems as a result of new information or technology.
The phyla can in turn be separated into smaller groups called classes. A class can be subdivided into families and a family into genuses. A genus can be split into smaller groups called species. Purpose In this webquest, you will explore the classification system currently used Classification systems webquest. Students will explore Science Standard 5. Classification Webquest Classification Assignment This assignment is designed to introducereview taxonomic classification of living organisms.
Bacteria What phrase is given to help you remember the classification categories? Classify each organism and complete the chart. In this course you will learn the answers to these questions and more. Task 1. Click on the link below to research the five kingdoms. Print the attached worksheet and answer the questions. Task 2 Vertebrates. Animals are found everywhere. We give names to each kind. We also divide them into groups.
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