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The Open Boat

Summary: Essay discusses the use of irony in novel "The Open Boat" by Stephen Crane.
In life we come across trials and tribulations that make you in to the person you are and the person you will become. The way you approach the situation and handle yourself within the situation will give you the knowledge needed to conquer the situation again in life or similar problems. This can be seen in Stephen Crane¡¦s ¡§The Open Boat¡¨. The characters in the story are faced with the dilemma of being stranded at sea, but the bigger picture or story behind it is man vs. nature, or even bigger Cosmic Irony. Cosmic Irony is the belief that the universe is indifferent to the plight of man. The theme of cosmic irony is shown by the small boat in the large ocean, the ocean in the universe, and the isolation of the boat from the life on the shore. The four men at sea are...

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