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    People who are exposed to combat in war will change their entire lives. In the novel, Fallen Angels, by Walter Dean Myers, the story is set during the Vietnam War. The story includes a character named Richie, who has been drafted to war at a very young age. The novel shows how soldiers who go to war change because they are exposed to new experiences. Fallen Angels shows how people who go to war become a different person through religion. It also shows people changing in war by showing soldiers becoming more aware of their surroundings and more suspicious of them. A third way that the book shows soldiers changing when they go to war by becoming more brave, tough, and supportive. The book clearly illustrates characters changing throughout their…

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    what you get when angels and humans have interspecies relationships, so this is no ordinary child. I have sent Eremiel back to Earth to care for it until we decide what to do with her, she has immense power within her, we can tell. As for the mother, she has paid for her sins by way of being stoned. Eremiel carried the deed out himself. The father, I know who it is, but I am not going to say. I have forgiven him of this sin and will not shame him for it, as it is my belief that the woman was the…

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    Horton: Horton describes angels as heavenly servants who were created to serve God. Angels minister to people, watch over believers, and learn the truths of God’s unfolding mystery in Christ. Horton believes that God brings angels into existence and they have the ability to choose whether to follow God or not. “The fallen angels are not treated as evil by creation but as followers of Satan in his mutiny” (407). Horton speaks of Satan as the most angelic angel, but became prideful and planned to…

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    Lost exemplifies the notion that although a character may fit into a particular archetype, free will and one’s individual perspective can counter these analogous traits wielding them into a contrary views. Satan and Beelzebub are initially introduced as God 's fallen creations: “Fallen cherub, to be weak is miserable, / Doing or suffering” (Book I, lines 157-158). The two fallen angels, Satan and Beelzebub, are portrayed as brilliant orators and through their powerful rhetoric they are able…

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    Fallen Angels Analysis

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    these soldiers having once experienced war himself. His novel Fallen Angels demonstrates and exposes the horror of war to the public to view and tells about the true nature of war. Through the parallel process of connecting his own life to 17 year old Richie Perry’s, Myers utilizes his past experiences including a few…

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    7 Trumpet Analysis

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    other three angels!” This event is a supernatural experience. (Rev. 9:1) “The fifth trumpet sounded by an angel, and I saw what appears a star, falling from the firmament to the earth. The star like object was given the key to the shaft of the Abyss.” However, verse two shows this star was an angel that received a key to unlock the bottomless pit. “When he opened the Abyss, smoke emerged from it as smoke from a gargantuan furnace. There were a large horde of demons and they all received a…

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    no, the answer to this question is complex. However, the condensed version of this answer is that Satan is a fallen hero; basically, Satan is neither a hero or not a hero. Instead Satan’s character is considered to be in the middle of this fine line between both hero and villain. This is made evident through the various actions and characteristics that have been outwardly displayed with Satan’s character. Also proof of Satan being a fallen hero is viewed through a comparison between him to…

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    Biographical Criticism, shows how, a reader, relates his or her possible favorite author’s past, in order to relate it on how that author writes their story, and how the simplest pieces of texts relates towards their past. Walter Dean Myers was a famous author in his times, some of his well known books/poems included, Monsters, Fallen Angels, Slam!, Hoops, Bad Boy: A memoir, Harlem, Here in Harlem: Poems in Many Voices and etc. As he was young his mother had died when he was the age of 2, which…

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    motivation is to fight Michael, the warrior of God’s army of angels. Moloch’s determination is driven by a deep wrath that he possesses. As “fiercer by despair,” Moloch’s character operates through emotional forces and pulls (I. 46). While evil might be cunning, Moloch’s behavior describes a different kind of evil. Moloch’s motives are rash and impulsive, fueled by this inner “despair” (I. 46). Furthermore, Milton portrays another one of evil’s motives through the daughter of Satan. Satan’s…

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    That is to say, because Satan addresses his justifications and the decisions he had made, he no longer fears shame because there is nothing else for him to lose. The syntax and tone of these lines, as in the beginning, pull on the heartstrings of the audience because they produce an image of departure since Satan continues to suppress his shame. In other words, Satan makes his final decision to stay in his fallen state because he realizes that the truth behind his sinister acts is overwhelming…

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