The Open Boat Essay | Naturalism within "The Open Boat"

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Naturalism within "The Open Boat"

Summary: An essay analyzing naturalism within the story "The Open Boat" and its effect on the four crew members.
Humans are born into the world thinking for nothing but their own well being. For this reason life and everything related to it seems to revolve around them, thus they feel they are of great significance. There comes a moment in each human's life, a moment of shock, when they are faced with the fact that the universe does not run according to their actions, intentions or even mere existence. Nature runs its course indifferently to the lives of any humans. It lacks emotions, feelings and acts out of instinct according to what it's most comfortable with. It follows a continuos cycle of life, struggle and death and does not care for any human, no matter what status, personality or even work effort. A human's life is composed of a multitude of obstacles, trials and tribulations that mold a person into what they are and...

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