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Write a fully developed paragraph that contrasts the effects of war in two of the following works: "Cranes," "Thoughts of Hanoi," and "Tokyo." (10 points)
In his poem, Crane shows that impact of war on women belonging to different age groups. He underlines the grief of women whose father, son and lover was killed. The same technique is used by Howell who depicts the sufferings of a mother and a girl. [ For both authors, common sense is considered as a rational choice, which includes aims, alternatives, consequences and choice ]
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