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The Red Badge of Courage eBook ↠ Paperback Read â Stephen Crane Ö Henry Fleming has joined the Union army because of his romantic ideas of military life but soon finds himself in the middle of a battle against a regiment of Confederate soldiers Terrified Henry deserts his comrades Upon returning to hisHenry Fleming has joined the Union army because of his romantic ideas of military life but soon finds himself in the middle of a battle against a regiment of Confederate soldiers Terrified Henry deserts his comrades Upon returning to his regiment he struggles with his shame as he tries to 25 starsIntellectual Thomas thinks this story changed people's perception of war and made them think about the individual psychological processes involved in combat He thinks that this book had a nice flow of thought that concluded with the narrator learning to be less whinyThomas Thomas the college student Thomas that has almost no free time to read for fun and therefore only wants to read satisfying books feels that The Red Badge of Courage was super frustrating in that its author Stephen Crane clearly had never gone to war before writing this book Thus the novel's imagery and overall characterization of the narrator came across as juvenile and simplistic Thomas Thomas regrets that he has nothing novel to contribute about The Red Badge of Courage and he apologizes for using the third person to entertain himself enough to complete this review

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Redeem himself and prove his courage The Red Badge of Courage is Stephen Crane’s second book notable for its realism and the fact that Crane had never personally experienced battle Crane drew heavy inspiration from Century Magazine a periodical known for its articles about the American Most novels about war are broad sweeping stories that try to capture the big picture of what happened But what's it like for the individual? What were they thinking feeling and experiencing? That's what Stephen Crane brings to life in this book He shows the fine line between courage and cowardice that exists in everyone An American classic that has never been out of printRevised December 2017

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The Red Badge of CourageCivil War However he criticized the articles for their lack of emotional depth and decided to write a war novel of his own The manuscript was first serialized in December 1894 by The Philadelphia Press and uickly won Crane international acclaim before he died in June 1900 at the age of 2 I found it disappointing that The Red Badge of Courage an American classic was dull had poor pacing and lackluster characterization There might be historical value in this novel written by Stephen Crane who was born nearly five years after America’s civil war ended but there is little to enjoy The novel does focus on the psyche of the protagonist – so then on the war itself but I found myself not caring I didn’t care for the characters nor did I care about the battles or the war I told myself that I would give the novel a fair review only by reading it in its entirety which led me to gloss over the last few chapters as to end the tortureI debated giving two stars as there was one scene that I noted as compelling – the scene where Henry Fleming watches Jim Conklin struggle to continue marching while Jim is dying of wounds from the battle This was a moment where Henry experiences firsthand that war is hell However one powerful scene cannot resurrect this lifeless corpse of a book I pity the High School student that is assigned this book and uestion the teacher that does the assigning