In the scholarly article I added to Module 2 entitled “Realistic Devices in Stephen Crane’s “The Open Boat,” author Charles R. Metzger states the following:
People are inclined also to conclude that a piece of fiction is realistic when they recognize in it some correspondence with their own views of life–with their own favorite generalizations, their own theories, their own beliefs, their own myths and fantasies.”
Keeping this quotation in mind, do you find Crane’s “The Open Boat” realistic? Why/why not? Explain, quoting from the story.
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