Reply Thu 10 Sep, 2015 06:27 pm
No offence!I just find it interesting!Japanese soldiors believed in bushidao,they thought it was a fame to die in battles and it was shameful to be taken as prisoners.Meanwhile, Hemingway once said in "The Old Man and Sea" that "A man can be destroyed but not defeated".It sounds like that that Hemingway agrees with the bushido which the Japanese soldiors believed firmly.I am to ignorant to understand it,is there anyone who can help me figure it out?
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