The central idea of both the photo essay and the poem is that the Vietnamese War took hundreds of lives away from the United States of America. It ripped men from their loved ones, family, friends, and it left a wave of death in its path.
Why did the author of the Vietnam Wall write the poem?
You can conclude that the author of “The Vietnam Wall” wrote the poem because he Athinks that the memorial is not important.
Why does the poet almost leave the memorial?
Why does the poet almost leave the memorial? He is upset by all the “screaming” deaths the names represent.
Why was the Vietnam Memorial built?
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial was founded by Jan Scruggs, who served in Vietnam (in the 199th Light Infantry Brigade) from 1969-1970 as a infantry corporal. He wanted the memorial to acknowledge and recognize the service and sacrifice of all who served in Vietnam.
What army division has the most casualties in Vietnam?
|Harlem Hellfighters||World War I||1500|
|3rd Infantry Division||World War II||24,878|
|1st Cavalry Division||Vietnam War||32,036|
|3rd Battalion, 5th Marines||War in Afghanistan||175|
What 2 monuments is the wall between?
The wall, completed in 1982, has since been supplemented with the statue The Three Soldiers and the Vietnam Women’s Memorial. The memorial is in Constitution Gardens, adjacent to the National Mall and just northeast of the Lincoln Memorial.
|Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|Added to NRHP||November 13, 1982|
What is the meaning of the simile the way like cutting onions It brings water out of nowhere?
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In “The Vietnam Wall,” what is the meaning of the simile “The way like cutting onions / It brings water out of nowhere” (lines 4-5)? It means that the memorial causes people to cry.
What are the similarities and differences between presenting ideas in photographs versus a poem?
Well, a similarity is that they both tell the same story, and a difference is that one is obviously written and the other is photographed. The fact that photos emphasize the actual visual experience of the wall so that when they read the poem they can truly grasp the gravity of the wall.
Why is the Vietnam Wall reflective?
The black granite walls form a sound barrier, meant to create a tranquil space, while not overwhelming the visitors. The mirror-like surface reflects the National Mall, providing viewers peace and a chance to introspect.
Why was Lin’s Vietnam Veterans Memorial initially controversial?
Why was Maya Lin’s Vietnam War Memorial initially controversial? People felt it was too different from traditional war monuments. Compare Augustus of Prima Porta and Self-Portrait with Jewish Identity Card. … Goya depicts war as horrific, and West seems to glorify it.
What were the main problems with the original design of the Vietnam Wall?
They complained about the walls being black. They did not like the idea that it was below ground level. They did not like its minimalist design. They felt it was a slap in the face to those who had served because it did not contain traditional symbols honoring service, courage, and sacrifice.
How did they choose who designed the Vietnam Memorial?
In 1981, while an undergraduate at Yale University, she achieved national recognition when she won a national design competition for the planned Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.
|Notable work||Vietnam Veterans Memorial (1982) Civil Rights Memorial (1989)|