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978-0-14-118027-4 / 0141180277

Three Soldiers (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics)

by Dos Passos, John

Publisher:Penguin Classics

Edition:Softcover

Language:English

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Paperback. Pub Date: 1999 Pages: 400 Publisher: Penguin Classics John Dos Passos had just returned from studying Architecture in Spain when America entered World War I and - driven by The idealism that Infected many young Americans (including Hemingway and ee cummings ) - he joined up as a driver for the Ambulance Corps. His rapid and profound disillusionment forms the core of Three Soldiers. a fierce denunciation of the military and of the far-reaching social implications of its exploitation of young men. The novel focuses on three main characters: Andrews. a young composer who finally revolts against the war's deadening regimentation; Chrisfield. an Indiana farm boy who chants the words make the world safe for democracy to himself in a futile attempt to block out the noises and terrors of battle; and Fuselli. a clerk who clings to the dream of becoming a corporal despite t...

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