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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.
Really wonderful depiction of what it was like to be a soldier in the civil war. It mainly dwells on the mind of the soldier. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Avid game player
Steven Crane is one of the best descriptive writers that you will ever read.Published 11 hours ago by Hobart M. King
I read this, the first time in middle school, the second time when my child had to read it in middle school. It will resonate with most youngsters of middle school agePublished 11 days ago by New River Doug
For anyone that says that it is impossible to imagine the horrors of combat, should read this and place themselves in place of the subject.Published 16 days ago by Jeffrey E. Bains
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My husband read this book. He loves material on the Civil War and found it very excitingPublished 24 days ago by Phyllis Leitner
many of the works are quite modern; good for lit nerds and othersPublished 27 days ago by Lisa L Myers