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The Red Badge of Courage

Paperback - 06 September 2016
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'He felt that in this crisis his laws of life were useless. Whatever he had learned of himself was here of no avail. He was an unknown quantity.'

Following one soldier's journey from naive recruit to hardened survivor, The Red Badge of Courage is a vivid and powerfully psychological take on the American Civil War. Fighting for the Union army, Henry Fleming is thrown into a bloody war where the harsh realities and horrors of battle quickly become evident. Fearful, occasionally vain, but always viewing the war with honest eyes, Henry eventually comes to thrive as a soldier in combat, and it is with a a new conscience and outlook that he matures into manhood.

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2 customer reviews Between 3−4 stars rating, 18 December 2022
War From a Different Point of View
By: Dine Rostianti

War from the point of view of a naïve young man. The youth who initially thought that going to war showed patriotism and courage. However, the reality he faced was not like that. During the war there was indeed courage, patriotism, brotherhood, but there was also cowardice, confusions, lost of aim, a desire to be praised, a personal obsession to get awards by sacrificing friends and subordinates on the battlefield. Although Stephen Crane himself never went to war because he was born after the American Civil War was over, this story is allegedly inspired by Stephen Crane's interviews with war veterans.

2 customer reviews Between 3−4 stars rating, 18 March 2022
American civil war
By: Nadia Karina

This book is american classics, about a naive farm boy joined the American civil war. This book describes how cruel the war was, any war perhaps. It’s a quite thin book for huge issues. Perfect reading if you want to read fast classics.

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