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Consider Granger's reaction to the bomb dropping. How would you characterize Granger's reaction to the war and the city's destruction?
He knows that he and the men must go far away and leads the men along an escape route.
He regards the event non-nonchalantly, as if it were an everyday occurrence.
He is pragmatic and plans to re-enter the city to be of whatever help or assistance he can.
He is quite frightened by the blast, but pretends he is not because he does not want to lose the men's respect
That the entire city is flattened angers him and makes him very upset.