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Moral Center

Character Role Analysis

Kiowa

Kiowa is totally the moral center of the unit. He worries about defacing the church, he tries to get O'Brien to talk when he is traumatized, and he admires O'Brien for admitting to his fear of death. For a moral center, though, he's a little compromised: He has a hard time admitting his fear of death, and he worries that he wasn't sad enough about Ted Lavender's death.


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