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The Conflict and Tension of War in "Journey's End"

Summary: R.C. Sherriff creates an atmosphere of conflict and tension in "Journey's End," a play about World War I.
"Journey's End" is a very successful play as it is very dramatic. It keeps the audience engrossed about what is going to happen next. The play has an excellent plot in which there is; humour, reminiscence, a hero and a very moving death scene. The setting and the language is so authentic that it takes you back in time and makes you feel you were part of the play itself.

R.C Sherriff creates conflict and tension by just mentioning the setting of the play. There is a tense atmosphere as Journey's End is set in 1918, towards the end of World War 1. If you could think about being in the war you couldn't even imagine feeling what the actual soldiers may have felt. But one of the first things you would think of is fear and tension. Going out to fight, not knowing whether you will return alive...

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