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"Naming of parts" by Henry Reed, and "War is Kind" by Stephen Crane.
"War...ouhh....What is it good for...absolutely nothing!" sang Edwin Starr in 1965. He felt the same vibe that both Henry Reed and Stephen Crane felt in their poems, "Naming of Parts" and "War is Kind." Although these authors may not have said it as straightforward as Starr did in his hit single "War," they still had just as much hatred of war. Both Reed and Crane have developed their perspectives on war through their writing styles, their usage of figurative language, and their attitudes toward war in general.
Henry Reed and Stephen Crane both have very different writing styles. Reed'…
- "Naming of parts" by Henry Reed, and "War is Kind" by Stephen Crane.
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