Stephen Crane's 'The Open Boat'
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This paper reviews how Stephen Crane's story 'The Open Boat' demonstrates the development of several themes. Three of the themes that are consistent throughout the story include the brotherhood of man, perseverance and death. The paper further discusses how the existence of four men struggling in a dinghy on the ocean after a shipwreck provides a situation within the story where survival is always in question. Additionally the ability of the men to continue the journey to safety is made possible primarily because of the unspoken concern that they have for one another.
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