makes it clear that the war has changed Richie forever and that the World has become the foreign land. The goal of killing the enemy turns into just trying to stay alive yourself. For example in the Hells Angels Motorcycle Gang, it is stated in the book Fallen Angel: The Unlikely Rise of Walter Stadnick and the Canadian Hells Angels By Jerry Langton that The process of becoming a Hells Angel is burdensome; only White individuals over the. The fact that he did not let the war bring him down and ruin his life shows that anyone can overcome hardship. He is unaware of thejeopardys the war has to offer, he only thought the war as a place to find yourself but later learns more about what war really is and how it helped to become who he really wanted. In chapter 17 Richie learns that Sergeant Simpson has been sent and they now have a racist sergeant by the name of Dongan.
m, ml (accessed October 14, 2018). They stand in opposition to Gods work and plan. That is the setting and the last element of literature used in the novel "Fallen Angels." Lastly Walter Dean Myers uses many different writing techniques throughout the novel, such as flashbacks, point of view, and foreshadowing. To begin with, the setting of the book mainly takes place during the Vietnam War. Initially, Richie yearns to get back to the World, back to his stateside, civilian life. This infers that the angels must have been holy to have fallen.