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Argument about Journey's End.

Summary: "Journey's End" is a play which portrays a realistic picture of life in a First World War trench. It was written by R.C. Sheriff, who himself was an officer serving in this war, and is subsequently based on his real-life experiences.
"Journey's end" is a play which portrays a realistic picture of life in a First World War trench. It was written by R.C. Sheriff, who himself was an officer serving in this war, and is subsequently based on his real-life experiences. The play was first performed in 1928, when bitter memories of war were still fresh, it made an intense impact on those who saw it as it must have brought to heart the sufferings faced by perhaps loved ones, or people they knew. Even now it has this huge impact as it enlightens historic events to today's audience, who may not have known much about that war to start with. On that point I completely disagree with the statement, because it states that it has `nothing to say to a 21st century audience'.

But it could be argued that the main reason it has `nothing to say...

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