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War is one of the most controversial serious and scary things known to man There are limitless ways that a person can think abort war and infinite opinions about it Peoples opinions can change depending on a few different things According to position if you are a general in the army obviously you will have a different perspective on war than a human rights activist Also your perspective can change just by the way that you are Two writers Steven Crane and Ernest Hemingway represent one side of the way that writers can feel towards war Steven Crane was a poet who had a very morbid view of life He saw everything through pessimistic eyes He thought that humans were unimportant and that individuality was simply mistakes made my nature Humans are insignificant beings and if one day there were no humans left anywhere it wouldnt make any difference He relates this view of the world to his ideas about war In one of his stories he is telling the morbid story of when a soldier gets his arm shot off This event changes his entire perspective on life and on his views of other people Hemingway has very similar views to Crane He believes that everything has something evil in it and in all of his writing you can tell that he is a pessimist and that he Always looks on the down side of things In life Hemingway was a very paranoid and depressed person his writing reflects these feelings In one of his short stories In Another Country he write one of the most powerful paragraphs ever This one paragraph generates the energy to fuel a story better than any other opening paragraph ever did Hemingway writes In the fall the war was always there but we did not go to it anymore It was cold in the fall in Milan and the dark came very early Then the electric
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