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Which of the following is the best topic for an essay comparing and contrasting “In Another Country” and “The Little Regiment”? A. how war stories are alike and different B. characters before battles in two different wars C. the effects of war on those who fight D. why war is not the solution
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User: User: Which of the following is the best topic for an essay comparing and contrasting “In Another Country” and “The Little Regiment”? A. how war stories are alike and different B. characters before battles in two different wars C. the effects of war on those who fight D. why war is not the solution

Weegy: the answer is: A. how war stories are alike and different
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User: Stephen Crane's "The Little Regiment" is a Civil War story, A. which is a common subject for Crane. B. which is a huge departure for Crane. C. which is written as a historical documentary. D. which is based on Crane's personal war experiences.

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Stephen Crane's "The Little Regiment" is a Civil War story, which is a huge departure for Crane.
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