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Double Vision by Pat Barker
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Mar 08, 11

Read from January 24 to March 08, 2011

In the book Double Vision by Pat Barker, a man named Ben, the husband of Kate who is a sculptor, was a photographer. He would always cover topics such as war and conflict all over the world. One day his work came to an end. I can't imagine how that would feel if that happened to a loved one. They weren't in the war, they were just taking pictures, and never came home. On top of trying to recover from the loss of a loved one, I became disabled from an accident? I'm not really sure how I would've handled that whole situation. Kate was a strong woman, compared to me. She pushed through the heartache and the pain, and still lived her life creating sculptures. I feel sorry for those that do go through something tragic like that. Not just a meer accident, but someone that is enrolled in the war, or is in a car accident. A lot of the time death just comes at someone without any warnings. That's the hard thing about it all. Like I said, Kate believed in herself. She believed she could finish her sculpture, she just needed help. I thank those who serve our countries and I pray for those who have injured loved ones.

Level 3 question;
Today more and more people enlist in the army, do you think that you could be as strong as Kate was if your loved one were to be drafted?
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