Spanish Civil War
In this paper I will be examining three short readings, all written from the authors own personal perspectives, about events involving the Spanish Civil War. The first reading, "To Tilt at Windmills", was written by Fred Thomas, a British citizen who wanted to engage in the conflict in Spain; the second reading, "Letter from an African-American Volunteer" , was written by Canute Frankson and outlines his personal reasons for fighting in this war; the third reading, "Dialogue With Death", was written by Arthur Koestler, who was a journalist imprisoned during the time of conflict. …
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