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Friday, August 15, 2008

-Stephen Crane-

Another required reading... Of course, I was always the weird kid who actually enjoyed the reading assignments. Well, not this one!

I love psychology, but not in this Civil war-set book. In exception to a few flashbacks, the book spans only three days, and the story is revolves around the thoughts and actions of one character. There is little interaction and even less action. The best part of the book is the last half because that's when all the "stuff" happens.


Don't let this stop you from reading the book! It's a lot of fun to write essays on how Henry is such a pansy...

"Why you be hating on this book. I've read it 5 times first 4 times it sucked. The last time I finially got the point of the point and it turned out to be better than I thought. However that been said I think the book is WAY to egotistical and thus I dislike it for that one flaw. But on another note it was revolutionary when it first came out so W to the E (whatever)."
Daniel, 16, Texas

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