A Novel Reporter: A Literary Analysis Of John Hersey
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February 7, 2014
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Hersey uses his belief in the goodness of man to exhibit his humanistic ideas.
John Hersey uses his belief in the goodness of man to show his humanistic ideas. Hersey feels all humans are good, which in many cases is not always true. Hersey demonstrates his humanistic idea of the goodness of man in Hiroshima...
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Hersey demonstrates his humanistic idea of the goodness of man in Hiroshima. After the bomb is dropped on Hiroshima, there is almost complete devastation. However, Hersey portrays the few "healthy" survivors as all perfect humans. These "perfect humans" stop to help EVERYONE. This seems almost to good to be true...
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