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A job's infallibility cannot be characterized by imagination's input, facts become untrue when they are exaggerated. The Things They Carried, is a selection of short stories that revolve around The Vietnam War. Tim O'Brien takes the reader back in time to the late 1960s, and contemplates on adventures that mentally scarred Vietnam soldiers. O'Brien shares multiple war tales that are promised to be authentic throughout the war, also migrates to the 1980s in states including Iowa and MA to discuss how these stories have influenced his life. The Things They Carried, is a collection of fictitious war stories, the tales' credibility is altered in hopes of evoking strong emotions from subscribers. Tim O'Brien invents stories to accomplish certain messages to readers. O'Brien shares a war story by readers around a baby buffalo, through the start he claims that the story was told many times and is really factual. The story is about one of those soldiers called Rat Riley, he's then said to have nonchalantly murdered a baby mist without reason. O'Brien's study on Riley's heinous behavior is that war led him to kill the infant buffalo because war is hell. Riley uses the mammal for a means of releasing burdens which the war's negativity has put upon him, but then O'Brien divulges into the reader that the story's invalidness once an outsider misunderstands the story's gist. "she wasn't listening...no Rat Riley. No path junction. No baby sneeze. No blossoms or moss or white blossoms. Beginning to end, you tell her, it is all composed. Each goddamn detail- both the hills and the river and especially this awful dumb baby buffalo. None of this happened. None of this"(85). O'Brien prevaricated around Rat Riley's dark experience with a baby buffalo since he wants his l.. .