The chapter in Tim O'Brien's book that has ment the most to me has been Speaking of Courage. The main character is Norman Bowker, another man who was in Tim's platoon. This chapter has ment the most to me because O'Brien writes it for Norman, even though it was really hard for him. Tim O'Brien in his next chapter, Notes, says " Now a decade after his death, I'm hoping that Speaking of Courage makes good on Norman Bowkers silence." (160) You can tell how important it was to him to get it right and I think he did a really good job.