Cosmic irony in "The Open Boat" by Stephen Crane.
Stephen Crane's 'The Open Boat,' is thought to be one of the finest stories ever written by an American. Crane uses
a theme of cosmic irony. Cosmic irony is the belief that the universe is so large and man is so small that the universe
is indifferent to the plight of man. In 'The Open Boat,' Crane's theme, cosmic irony, is illustrated through the use of
symbols for isolation, insignificance, and indifference. Three specific examples of cosmic irony symbolism used by Crane
are, the power of the ocean against the insignificance of the boat, the sea against the universe, and the little…
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