This is Crane's second last novel, involving events of the Greco-Turkish War of 1897.
I believe this author to be a very well thought out person. The style of writing he uses, shows that he takes time to observe his surroundings and appreciate what others cannot. But taking in mind his life style and his surroundings for the majority of his life, one can merely judge him as a regular, were it not for his works. This shows that one cannot simply judge by a persons appearance, history or words alone, but their thoughts must also be taken into careful consideration, if they are to be judged, need be. A very well though out person...
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