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There is a picture of him with his fraternity brothers all in the same collar. He came back from the war inafter he had been in the Rhine. There, a picture was taken of him, a fellow corporal, and two German ladies. When Krebs returns, no one celebrates. He comes back after most everyone else, so he misses the hysteria.
He also cannot get anyone to listen to his stories. Everyone has heard too many gruesome stories to care. To get people to listen, he has lied twice. But he is disgusted by that so he has stopped talking about the war.
Even his lies bore people, anyway. During this time, Krebs is sleeping late and hanging around all day. He is a hero to his younger sisters and to his mother.
She sometimes asks about the war, but she gets bored. The town has not changed in his absence except that some of the girls have become women. Krebs likes to watch them, but he does not want to be a part of their lives. He does not want to get involved in the politics or the lying involved in a courtship.
Krebs does not want any consequences. The army had taught him that he did not need a girl, even though many men claimed that they could not live without one. Krebs likes the looks of the girls, but does not want to have to talk.
That was one nice thing about the French and German girls: Krebs had not wanted to come home, but he had. Now, he watches girls walk by and thinks that they are made out of a nice pattern.
He starts reading a book about the war, about all of the battles he was in. He is finally learning about the war. Krebs goes downstairs for breakfast and starts to read the paper.
His mother tells him not to muss it. His sister, Helen Krebs, tells him that she will be pitching in an indoor baseball game that day. Their mother shoos her away and tells Krebs that he should think about finding a job.
She tells him that she prays for him and the temptations that he must have faced. But, she says, he must find a job. After all, she says, the other boys his age are getting jobs and wives.
She asks if he loves her. He says no, meaning that he cannot love anyone. She is only hurt, so Krebs tells her that he did not mean it. Krebs tells her that he will try to be good. She asks him to kneel with her and pray.
She prays, but he cannot. He leaves, thinking that he will get a job in Kansas City and get out of the house without too many more confrontations. He only wants to have his life go smoothly, which it is not.
He goes to watch Helen play baseball. Krebs wants everything to be simple.
The world seems so complex. Young women look modern and everyone is involved in political relationships with everyone else.
Krebs wants a simple life where he can relax and avoid talking and lying about the war. Krebs also seems truly incapable of complexity.It’s a Bedouin tradition to always serve tea and coffee to guests.
The first cup is a “welcome” cup, and we’ll fill it up one-third of the way. The main conflict in the story is the struggle in which Krebs faces as he tries to rediscover where he belongs not only in the world, but also inside himself.
Krebs has a major conflict in “Soldier’s Home. When he returns home, his friends, family, and community are expecting the same young gentleman who left for war a few years earlier. Feb 02, · Theme is the central idea that a story revolves around.
In Ernest Hemingway's "A Soldier's Home," the theme is isolation and alienation. Harold Krebs is a young man who comes home from war and expects to be greeted with a huge heroic patriotic welcome. Surname1 Name: Instructor’s name: Course: Date: “The Conflict” in the Soldier’s Home “Soldier’s Home” is a short tale by Ernest Hemingway about an American officer who has as of late returned home to Oklahoma in the wake 75%(4).
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