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So as you can see within the two events Jimmy Cross had to deal with in this novel, you can see that he did have much guilt against the deaths in the war.
He didn’t want the leadership but having it lead to the turmoil in his life.
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His resentment never went away even years after the war. He couldn’t cope with all the responsibility he held.
Towards the end of the novel, another death occurs of the character, Kiowa. In the chapter, ‘Love’, Jimmy Cross goes to visit Tim O’Brien at his home in Massachusetts.
O'Brien's unique voice takes readers on a journey that illustrates the complexity of this era.
He forces readers to ask themselves about the power of storytelling, the role of truth in storytelling, and the burdens soldiers carry during and after war.