The way the destruction of WW1 is shown in "The Wars."
In the novel "The Wars" by Timothy Findley it is clear that Mr. Findley describes the destruction of war through the disturbance in families, death of animals and the destruction of cities and towns. This comes up through out the whole novel.
Primarily, the destruction of war is shown through the disturbance in families. The Ross's are quite affected by several events that happen in their life.
When Rowena died, this affected all the members in the family. This event especially affected Mrs. Ross, who afterwards became an alcoholic. I find that this was because she did not know how to…
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