1 The youth wondered what a box of cigars had to do with war.
2 The red, formidable difficulties of war had been vanquished.
3 They looked to be strange war flowers bursting into fierce bloom.
4 They were going to look at war, the red animal--war, the blood-swollen god.
5 One or two stepped with overvaliant airs as if they were already plunged into war.
6 He was forced to admit that as far as war was concerned he knew nothing of himself.
7 The brigade was hurrying briskly to be gulped into the infernal mouths of the war god.
8 This sentiment, floating to him upon the still air, had made him temporarily regret war.
9 From his home his youthful eyes had looked upon the war in his own country with distrust.
10 As he perceived this fact it occurred to him that he had never wished to come to the war.
11 She had affected to look with some contempt upon the quality of his war ardor and patriotism.
12 A dull, animal-like rebellion against his fellows, war in the abstract, and fate grew within him.
13 The men became so engrossed in this affair that they entirely ceased to remember their own large war.
14 Or, on the other hand, he might be a man heretofore doomed to peace and obscurity, but, in reality, made to shine in war.
15 Presently he began to feel the effects of the war atmosphere--a blistering sweat, a sensation that his eyeballs were about to crack like hot stones.
16 He had had the belief that real war was a series of death struggles with small time in between for sleep and meals; but since his regiment had come to the field the army had done little but sit still and try to keep warm.
17 Many of the men were making low-toned noises with their mouths, and these subdued cheers, snarls, imprecations, prayers, made a wild, barbaric song that went as an undercurrent of sound, strange and chantlike with the resounding chords of the war march.
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