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Ambush of young days by Alison Uttley

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Published by Faber and Faber .
Written in English


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Statementby A. Uttley.
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Open LibraryOL21250226M

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Tim O’Brien’s story “Ambush” includes a frame story, or a story within a story. The first paragraph provides a frame—the narrator recalls answering a question his daughter once asked him. In the second paragraph, he begins to recount in a File Size: 1MB. O’Brien recounts that in the middle of the night, the platoon, separated into two-man teams, moved into the ambush site outside My Khe. O’Brien, teamed up with Kiowa, noticed dawn breaking slowly, in slivers. As Kiowa slept, O’Brien, fighting off mosquitoes, saw a young soldier wearing an ammunition belt coming out. Ambush is written by Gbemisola Adeoti, a professor of English Language at the Obafemi Awolowo University, (OAU) Ile-Ife (Nigeria) and the director of the Institute of Cultural Studies of the same institution. He is a seasoned poet, a social commentator and . O'Brien describes a Viet Cong soldier whom he has killed, using meticulous physical detail, including descriptions of his wounds. Then O'Brien imagines the life story of this man and imagines that he was a scholar who felt an obligation to defend his village.

4. The title refers to the narrator's "ambush" of his unsuspecting enemy. How does the ending suggest that, long after the episode, the young man would, in a sense, "ambush" the narrator? THEME Implied Theme Writers seldom express their themes directly. Most of the time, the theme of a story is implied—that is, readers have to work out the. Alison Uttley (17 December – 7 May ), née Alice Jane Taylor, was an English writer of over is best known for a children's series about Little Grey Rabbit and Sam Pig. She is also remembered for a pioneering time slip novel for children, A Traveller in Time, about the imprisoned Mary, Queen of ScotsAlma mater: Manchester University, Hughes . If you're wondering why or you aren't familiar with the series here's why; long story made short these two, US edition books is equivalent to book 3 in the UK edition. For this entire series each UK edition book has been split into 2 US edition books. (So, Ambush and Survival, books 5&6 in the US is really book 3 in the UK edition titled Ambush.)/5. The young Vietnamese girl also doubles another young girl, Kathleen. By putting the stories next to one another in the book, O’Brien implies a sense of guilt about the Vietnamese village. “Ambush” and “Style” are a pair of stories that illustrate the unfairness of one family (and by extension, nation) being preserved while another is destroyed.