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Catch-22 by Joseph Heller
Joseph Heller's "Catch-22" is a novel that satirizes the war, while at the same time, uses the war to satirize society as a whole. One running theme throughout the book is the soldier's loss of individualism. This loss of individualism is not due to the horrors of the battlefield, such as in "The Eye in the Door," but caused instead by the mentality and egotism of the army's top brass. Lt. Scheisskopf and his obsession with parades portray one example of this egotism. Lt. Scheisskopf does not see the soldiers as individual men, but instead as puppets that he can manipulate and control.…
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