My [island homeland]
lies low and away, the farthest out to sea,
rearing into the weste...
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using a tone of isolation
umm of course in fact ur getting your answer : )
The issue of racism greatly inflience herbecause by then there was racio discrimination in the south this affects her such that she will grow up favouring people of her race and undermining the othersracism will build herin earlier days the people of south were oppressed by the whites since they were considered slaves or subject yo the whites.so as a result of this the whites children grew up bearing in mind that they were more superpower than the black
English, 22.06.2019 06:00, tristan4233
How does crane's depiction of the way information was spread in the nineteenth century affect the novel? crane seeks to use the novel as a way to criticize the journalists of the time for how they glorified war as a means of union propaganda. by depicting the extent to which newspapers were circulated, crane seeks to expose the lack of unbiased reporting at the time. by giving newspapers a major role in the novel, crane seeks to make a connection between the increasing role of the military in national affairs and the decline of farming. crane captures the power of journalistic reports at a time when it was the primary means of transmitting information to a broad audience by showing its influence on henry.
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