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Inductive essay on the book "The Wars" by Timothy Findley
Timothy Findley uses fire in his book, The Wars, to portray some of the significances to Robert Ross's life. Robert Ross is the main character that faces many problems. Throughout the book Robert witnesses and is purified, and also witnesses and is destroyed by many experiences. Throughout the story fire consumes almost every aspect of Roberts life.
Life during a war was literally a living hell for those who had to fight. War was like hell in the sense of the searing heat. The invention of the flame thrower brings a lot of fear to the soldiers. Flame throwers and bombs both are used in the…
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