Raina is also the only woman in the play to acknowledge and be concerned about the violence and cruelty of war. Still, in many ways, Arms and the Man, despite some of its themes, is a perfect example of. The window is forced from outside and a shadowy man clambers into the room. His name is Captain Bluntschli. An important factor that supports in forming a drama is a character, which is played by players. Throughout the novel, relationship between man and woman in a grim reality of war is frequently discussed.
The man tells Raina she better inform her mother, for he does not wish to be a secret guest for too long. Louka goes to fetch Catherine, who kisses Paul and is delighted to hear that the war has ended. But above all, Shaw endows her with all the attributes of a woman, of a mother, which Shaw later on necessary for the creation of Superman. The values of the nursing profession are based upon the teachings of Florence Nightingale; a pioneer of the nursing profession. They are making massive overarching statements about their world without seeming to do it, as if any implied social critique might have been incidental. The reader sympathizes with the main character as he matures from the beginning to the conclusion of the novel.
In addition to this is his commentary about class which is the most important in terms of the social context of this play. Much of Bluntschli is made of realism—i. Most people believe that it gives United States citizens the right to bear arms. When Raina and Bluntschli are left alone, she compliments him on his looking so handsome now that he is washed and brushed. Petkoff asks Sergius inside but Catherine intervenes, saying that they should give Sergius and Raina time alone. She gives him refuge as well as the chocolate and creams.
In the first book, Rinaldi introduces Frederic Henry to Catherine Barkley; Frederic attempts to seduce her, and their relationship begins. The man emerges from his hiding place, expresses his undying gratitude to Raina and explains that he is Swiss, a professional soldier, and that he bears no allegiance to the Servians. Raina then calls the man out from hiding; she nervously and absentmindedly sits on his gun, but she learns that it is not loaded; the soldier carries no cartridges. Almost everything related to the war violated the normal code of morality, which led many to feel disenchanted. During one of their many sexual affairs, Catherine gets pregnant. Piers is far older, walks with a hunched back, and has a heavy Irish accent.
That is, all of our words in the English language derive from a word or phrase that quite literally means what is being discussed. As the couple is about to leave for their walk, Catherine comes calling for Sergius, who is needed to help Major Petkoff coordinate troop movements. The play was created in the era of the Victorian society, when most plays were comedies and lighter drama, nevertheless it was one of Shaw's first commercial successes. According Brady campaign an average of 268 people are shot every day; in America that is 97,820 people a year. Analysis of the Style and Language of the Play……………………………………….
Thus, Raina impetuously decides to hide him. Then she assumes a high and noble tone and chides him concerning certain stories which he has told and the fact that she has had to lie for him. It should also be noted that this setting is beautiful, but we are not expected to focus on the beauty in a traditional way, but rather to pay attention to the social statement—that there is a woman who obviously pays more for her clothes than the upkeep of her living quarters. Raina insist that he stay, explaining that her family, which is one of the most noble and rich families in all of Bulgaria, is civilized enough to be trusted to offer temporary asylum to a guest. Raina contemptuously says that even though she is a woman she is probably braver than him, and the man says this is true, but only because Raina has not been under fire for three days.
Nicola remains calm and explains that he knows many more secrets than Louka, but that using them against the family would only backfire. Notions of love and war as well as class are turned upside down and the reader is forced to confront them just as British playgoers of the time would eventually have to face these issues when the First World War finally came around over a decade later. The Swiss mercenary retorts that they certainly do and even more - the Bulgarian army is unprofessional. In his mind the true measure of a soldier should still be honor or bravery, not necessarily success or efficiency. The intruder realizes his defeat and hands Raina her cloak.
The Petkoffs and Sarnoff, wanting to be thought advanced, adopt the culture of foreign countries that do not properly educate the people. He used his plays and the lengthy prefaces to raise awareness and foster discussion. Raina is so impressed with the noble deeds of her fiancé that she fears that she might never be able to live up to his nobility. When he was young the First World War broke out and he decided to join the Italian army as an ambulance driver. She keeps the operator on the phone, and she loads her pistol while the strange man continues to try to get into her house.
We too have grown up as an accepted part of our multicultural neighborhood in the world. Romance refers to a kind of fiction, which did not concern itself with real life; it gave greater importance to idealization. Americans at first had the culture of carrying arms with them for normal life purposes; that is protection, maintaining order in the society, and hunting for food. When Sergius wants to get in a fight over Raina, Bluntschli is indifferent. A bullet shatters one of her windows from outside but she holds her position.
First he disarmed them then he killed them all because they had no way of fighting back. Raina promises to do so later, and Louka leaves. Raina has to pursue him, rather than the other way around. Shaw was inspired by Ibsen who tackled real issues and made people think. She is shocked, one night by the arrival of an enemy soldier.