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The story “Guests of the Nation”, by Frank O’Connor, depicts the difficulties faced by soldiers, English and Irish, in the middle of a war. The story starts with two English prisoners, Hawkins and Belcher, captured by a small group of Irish rebels. During captivity, the prisoners and the Irish soldiers live together as if they are not part of the war. They are all staying in a house owned by an old woman. The narrator, Bonaparte, and his comrade, Noble, become good friends with the two English prisoners. Jeremiah Donavan, the third Irish man, avoids their company and rigorously performs his duty. The action of the story moves forward when one evening Donavan tells Bonaparte that the Englishmen are not just prisoners but also hostages, and that they will be executed if the English harm the Irish prisoners. For Bonaparte, this news was worse than a shock because by then he had developed affection for his English friends. The story reaches its climax when the English executes their Irish prisoners. In response, Donovan orders his comrades to prepare Hawkins and Belcher for execution. At this moment, a big argument takes place concerning allegiance to one’s country and to one’s friends. The denouement takes place with the execution of Hawkins and Belcher. In the end, Bonaparte and Noble consider this execution to be against their ideas of humanity and friendship.
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