To me Krebs experience in war was such a nightmare to be in and coming back home, having so much overwhelming petty is so rough on him. “ Krebs found that to listened to at all he had to lie, and after he had done this twice he, too had a reaction against the war and against talking about it,” (Hemingway page 133) this text show what kind of personality Krebs has with him, fighting his own fears. He is realizing that lying is making him feel awful with himself when he wants to tells these war stories and to satisfy what the people surrounding are not interested to hear from him. “the nausea in regard to experience that is the result of untruth or exaggeration,” (page 134) the text has something to do with being dishonest could be his way of showing how awful the war experience has been for him even wi...
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...nto something or someone they don’t have a connection to. For those who have had a difficult situation in live would have considered having a good relationship with God and gaining the connection he once had due to his experience. For Krebs is a whole situation he may be angry at Him for leaving him to suffer or he would not want to deal with anyone in a religion that he just gave up. In my opinion Krebs and even the author himself who wrote this story based on his war experience would just give up in being in a any religion shows how affective war changed them, even though some other soldiers would thank God that they are still alive and would want to have a religion and praying to keep them happy to what they have. Krebs has had his down mostly than his happy side since his return home, but all he has been asking is being removed for anything that make him happy.
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