Those Most Nearly Touched: Social Criticism In American Literature

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Literature

 

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Michael S

 

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September 19, 2015

 

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University

 

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War was not dignified; it was "hard stuff. Men ran away howling. Bodies were strewn and torn. War, went the cliche, was hell." Crane created characters and scenes that highlighted the problems of his America's popular opinion of war for "those whose interests are most nearly touched." In Crane's novel, those people were the innocent young soldiers who were thrown into "hell" and bestowed with responsibilities and expectations of highly immoral standards...
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He showed his generation and generations of Americans to come the horrors and the true nature of war. By exposing the fears and inner thoughts of Henry Fleming in his new environments, Crane introduced America to the harsh reality that "the blue and the gray honestly don't ever seem too entirely certain why they're fighting each other...
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