In Joseph Boyden’s novel Three Day Road, ‘traumatized’ is an understatement when it comes to the effects of World War 1 on active soldiers. Death, injury, malnutrition, illness, and disability are some of the most threatening physical consequences of war, _ while post-traumatic stress disorder,…
Essays on Three Day Road
by Joseph Boyden
Best topics on Three Day Road
Historical Fiction, Canadian Literature
March 17, 2005
Xavier Bird, Elijah Whiskeyjack, Niska, Micah’s Wife, Niska’s Father, Lieutenant Breech, Grey Eyes, Niska’s Mother, Micah, Peggy, The Wemistikoshiw Trapper, Corporal Thompson, Sergeant McCaan, The Girl/Lisette, The Old Indian Woman, Joseph Netmaker, Francis, The Indian, Old Man Ferguson, Rabbit, Colquhoun.
World War I, First Nations