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After reading this book I would recommend this to someone.
The moral of the story could of been to not give up on things that seem impossible at the moment but the book, while reading, seemed pointless and very boring.
The book is rich in sensory details and poetic language; actually, the book is an effective complement to Crane's irony-laden, often grim poems.
The ancients sang of Fate and the Hero in a world without irony. Stephen Crane (1871-1900), a true modernist, blazes new territory, upends tradition, abandons Fate, and makes Irony... Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Charles T. Bauer
Purchased for school district library. I have heard no complaints (and I would if there were any) so I would assume we are happy with the item.Published 17 days ago by Cheryl Harris
I received this book with no complaints. It was in excellent condition and arrived before I expected it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert B. Nelson
Five million stars! It tells you about war through the eyes of a youth, about how bloodthirsty people can be. But ut also sheds some light on wars. How it can change a man.Published 1 month ago by emy desilvia!