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Rosenberg, Roberta. "The Importance Of Storytelling: Students And Teachers Respond To September 11." Pedagogy 1 (2008): 145. Project MUSE. Web. 20 Oct. 2014. In this article, Roberta Rosenberg says the importance of storytelling is the “ full truth”. He expresses his own feelings and emotion by giving readers facts and what happens in the story. Roberta Rosenberg describes the power of storytelling in his lecture through his students’ stories. It helps readers/listenner make sense what writer/storyteller addresses in the story. Roberta Rosenberg says that telling a story might change a person’s attitude in certain aspects. Telling a story makes readers feel the pain and the emotion in those situations that narrator has to go through. Broomall, James. "We Are A Band Of Brothers." Civil War History 60.3 (2014): 270-309. America: History and Life with Full Text. Web. 20 Oct. 2014. James Broomall provides readers information about being together of group of soldiers. War links all soldiers together as a family where they can share their emotions and encouragements to each other. James Broomall shows that army life forms a temporary community of men and brings them closer. These soldiers learn how to protect each other from the war. He says that every soldier sees the military camp as his home and their fellows as his brothers. James Broomall goes to the stage that all soldiers see their partners as intimate and whom they can share everything they have. Scurfield, Raymond M. Healing Journeys : Study Abroad With Vietnam Veterans. New York: Algora, 2006. eBook Collection (EBSCOhost). Web. 20 Oct. 2014. In this article, Raymond Scurfield addresses a healing journey of Vietnam veterans after Vietnam War. Soldiers are happy that they are home after war; however, there are many difficulties that most of them have to face. Raymond Scurfield describes the military hospital during the war and...
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