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Response to Aristus (Original post)

Sat Nov 4, 2017, 02:49 PM

1. I think you're onto something, my dear Aristus...

The splintering of the charcoal is certainly emblematic of the pain and stress of the soldiers.

And that's not the only symbol. Another could be when the charcoal rolls into rows......then there are rows of soldiers. It certainly makes sense to use the charcoal as a symbol of the horror and danger of war.

It is very haunting. It's meant to be.

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