Attire[ edit ] Paris set the fashion trends for Europe and North America. Women wore dresses all day, everyday. Day dresses had a drop waist, which was a sash or belt around the low waist or hip and a skirt that hung anywhere from the ankle on up to the knee, never above.
Alexandr's grandfather sits up and says: It's just a fur wound. Tezuka graduated in Medicine before becoming a full-time manga artist. She later explains that she's not losing much blood because of her vegetarianism, and that she needed to lose some blood to lower her blood pressure anyways.
Averted several times in Black Lagoonnotably when creepy twin Hansel gets shot in the leg and in the wrist, blowing his hand off. He dies within minutes or even seconds from the immense blood loss. In spite of the series's attempts to keep to realism in regards to battle wounds, major characters tend to survive more grievous injuries.
In one example, Rock once points out that although one of Revy's injuries wasn't fatal, it was deep enough where it wouldn't clot, so she would need medical attention as soon as possible. Played slightly more realistically in regards to Roberta in the Roberta's Blood Trail OVA, where after being shot in her left shoulder during the final episode she can barely lift the arm, and the ending credits reveals it — as well as a right leg that was also shot — was later amputated.
Normally you'd expect someone that badly injured to bleed out, however.
|Erich Maria Remarque Biography||His classmates in school had been cajoled into joining the service by a teacher. Classmate Josef Behm, who had resisted enlistment, ironically is the first to die.|
|Only a Flesh Wound - TV Tropes||His memories of the time before the war show that he was once a very different man from the despairing soldier who now narrates the novel.|
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|All Quiet on the Western Front: Summary | Novelguide||He admired stylish women, Impressionist art, an antique Lancia convertible and a racy Bugatti, and Chinese art from the Tang dynasty and was obsessed with pacifism, free speech, and privacy. Following the overnight success of his landmark war protest novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, Remarque was able to indulge numerous sensualistic tastes and escape the mundane hometown that he so vividly describes in his prose.|
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There are barely any fights in Bleach that don't involve a character getting cut through one or both shoulders and eventually everywhere else. This is usually the first wound inflicted in the whole fight and the only explanation for this is that spirits don't suffer as much from wounds, being spirits and all.
Averted when Ichigo surviving Ulquiorra blowing a hole the size of his fist into his chest, lying there and breathing with a torn trachea for at least fifteen minutes or so before Orihime and Grimmjow arrive.
However, as it turns out, Ichigo actually died in this instance, and only survives thanks to Orihime playing her "I Reject Your Reality And Substitute My Own" card and resurrecting him.
Ishida, despite fighting in his human body, seems to possess unbelievable hardiness as well, as he survives Szayel crushing his internal organs and still finds time to play comic relief for Mayuri Renji observes how energetic he is despite his ah, condition.
More recently, Ishida kept going against Ulquiorra, who had blown an even bigger hole in Ichigo's chest, in spite of having his hand blown off. It took Ichigo in psycho neo-Hollow mode to made Ishida fall over by stabbing him with his Zanpakuto.
And Uryu still wouldn't shut up. Heroic Resolveindeed. Later in the series, a human — that is to say, not a ghost or reiatsu-powered superbeing — gets his arm cleaved off right at the elbow. Although Inoue restores it moments later, those 'moments' would have been more than enough for a bleed-out if not instant death by systemic shock.
Lampshaded in nisinator1's "Bleach Ridiculously Abridged": It's a surgically precise stab done so that the scalpel, while not doing any critical damage, goes so near the heart that it's on the very edge of stabbing it.
Justified by the fact that the kunoichi who does the stabbing has a formal training in medicine. Happens to Mao in Code Geasswho is shot multiple times and comes back perfectly fine albeit bandaged up a little bit the very next episode; it's Hand Waved by mentioning advanced Britannian medicine and pointing out that the policemen were not ordered to shoot to kill.
YMMV on whether or not this is bad writing, but it's later shown that Geass is a Literal Genie and has ties to the collective subconscious of humanity, possibly being more influenced by its intent than the individual user's.
It is also established that Geass can be defied by an unusually strong will, so another explanation is that each policeman's subconscious engaged in Loophole Abuse.
Used a second time with Cornelia, who was shot multiple times in the leg. Averted with Nunnally, though. She was crippled for life due to nerve damage to her legs from submachinegun fire.
Or so it was set up to seem.Book Summary Bookmark this page Manage My Reading List The record of several schoolmates who represent a generation destroyed by the dehumanization of World War I's trench warfare, All Quiet on the Western Front tells of their enlistment in the army at the urging of .
Home › All Quiet on the Western Front: Novel Summary: Chapter Introduction; Summary. Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; Paul dies in October, , on a quiet day.
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Note: This list is from The Success Manual, the popular compilation of advice on 25 essential business skills and career skills.I arranged this list of most influential and useful books of all time differently. Rather than the same old, bland categories of science, drama, fiction, and non-fiction, I have used these tags instead - ancient classics, all-time-great novels, books about modern.
- All Quiet on the Western Front: Effective Criticism of War All Quiet on the Western Front was a sad tale of Paul Bäumer, a lad just entering adulthood, who fought in a war that he did not even believe in. Erich Maria Remarque wrote this novel to show the war through the eyes of Paul, who saw everything that happened; every death, every.