In Pirandello's "War," what are the different views that passengers articulate regarding war?

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In Pirandello's "War," the different attitudes that the passengers articulate about war reflect the challenge of enduring it.

When the man and wife enter the train, they sit amongst the other passengers. The wife does not want to interact with anyone. As a result, the husband feels it is his responsibility to explain to the other passengers the source of her dejection. The other passengers do not express solidarity or support. One passenger talks about his son, who has been on the front...

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