Castle of Glass by Linkin Park, contributed by Eric Sun
12019-11-22T14:12:18-05:00Paul G. Johnstone92a8e63bf909f632c1183850db9a324115db2f5732Linkin Park "CASTLE OF GLASS" off of the album LIVING THINGS. "CASTLE OF GLASS" is featured in the EA game Medal of Honor Warfighter. Directed by ...plain2019-11-22T14:27:58-05:00YouTubeLinkin Park2012-10-10T13:00:23.000ZScNNfyq3d_wPaul G. Johnstone92a8e63bf909f632c1183850db9a324115db2f5
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12019-11-20T20:42:18-05:00Cole D Crawforddbe0e044007e49596ebb1012111b698e83f7c45fContributionsPaul G. Johnston16image_header2019-11-23T20:48:05-05:00Paul G. Johnstone92a8e63bf909f632c1183850db9a324115db2f5
I feel this song portrays an important subject of bereavement. The video accompanying the song depicts a young boy who learns of his father's passing, who died while serving in the military. I think this form of bereavement is quite different from loss due to disease or accident and is more in line with what we covered in the first lecture on Hector and Andromache--there is a painful emotional separation between loved ones when they acknowledge that they may never see each other again.