“Keeley is no longer specifically Irish, and the various supporting characters in Keeley's band have bland, WASP-ish names like Harry and Bill Williams, rather than Kowalski, Liebowitz, O'Grady, or other "funny" ethnic names that appear on casualty lists.”
“And below Keeley is a column of inset photos with accompanying taglines.”
“However, even Keeley is not certain how or when the world became so complicated, and he reviews key turning points in the rise of fascism in search of the answer: Had it begun with Pearl Harbor?”
“Keeley is an "oracle" for Mitchell, offering both advice and a model on how to be a real man.”
“In Crossfire, Keeley is tough through and through.”
“As in The Brick Foxhole, Keeley is an oracle, not only for Mitchell but for all of "his" men.”
“As in The Brick Foxhole, Keeley is a war hero: he — unlike Mitch — has killed men "where you get medals for it.”
“The soldiers are playing poker in Keeley's room (which he shares with Mitchell) at the Stewart Hotel.”
“Finlay does not need to win Keeley's consent through the story of his grandfather since both men clearly understand the nature of the enemy.”
“Keeley is trying to save his buddy by pointing out Monty's untrustworthiness, but Finlay cuts him off: I'm not interested in philosophy.”
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