Young Soldier Both Revered And Reviled: Article Analysis

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In the article “Young Soldier Both Revered and Reviled” (October 4, 2010), William Yardley, a reporter for The New York Times, explains that the case of Sergeant Calvin Gibbs, who was accused of cutting off fingers of the men he killed at war, has two sides. Yardley lists the ways in that Gibbs was seen as a guilty savage, and the way Gibbs was seen as innocent. He wrote this article in order to inform readers about how Gibbs can be seen as guilty, but also not guilty, and for those interested in finding out more about the case. Yardley’s audience appears to be anyone interested in following the case of Calvin Gibbs.
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