outsider. in the charterhouse, on the western front he seems to be an outsider. he does not fit in with his regiment. you get that in the subtext of what he is saying. robert graves is an intellectual outsider. he's not a great team player. you see a little bit of that. so he's a little bit of an outsider. how does he view his war experiences? how is he changing during the war, do you think? kevin, what do you think? >> he views it as a transformative experience where he's an outsider at the beginning of his life. he continues to be so during the war, but he also learns to get along with people a little better. he's able to buy into the regimental history. he takes a lot of pride in the group of men he is serving with, even if he is not necessarily the most liked figure. it gives him a new experience he is able to put to use. >> graves appears to be a surprisingly, and slightly reluctantly, good soldier. he deeply loves his regiment. he admires many of the men he served with. he is able to recognize her -- heroic qualities in the actions he sees at the western front. at the same time, g
dissimilar from the private sector whether a charterhouse or it was very educational and in my ending for me. we have internship programs and as we get to issues we try to resolve security and privacy civil liberties there will be an unprecedented need for partnership between the public and private sector to help to secure and ensure prosperity of that digital environment that is privately owned and operated so that needs to be the wave of the future. hearing that we can set the path. >> thanks to all the up analyst and your interest and we will wrap it up. [applause] >> there have been several memoirs written a people's perspective i thought might be important to add mine but as my son says there is a lot written and said about me some of it is true some of it is not true in the wanted them to get my perspective of the events that shaped me and affected their lives as well. of studying abroad. go to book tv for the complete schedule. >> congressman greg walden spoke . .
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