The Red Badge of Courage
The Red Badge of Courage is the tale of a young American in the Civil War. Our male lead is Henry Fleming. A new recruit in a new regiment coming from New York. Henry has to wait a long time to see action. When he does, he withstands his first test. In his second, all of the mental planing that he has done is of no use: he deserts. After
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date, and that the use of slurs got in the way that they were trying to make. I do respect, however, the manor in which Crane describes emotions. I can relate to the feelings of the characters. The plot, though simple, gives us a chance to explore Henry's thoughts. That is good usage of the plot. The reading of this book should be seen as an exercise in writing, rather than for the book itself.