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Red Badge of Courage Summary and Character Analysis Stephen Crane has written many remarkable poems short stories and novels throughout his short life He lived only to the age of 29 The Red Badge of Courage is a tale of war life responsibility and duty It has been considered the first great modern novel of warAlfred Kazin It traces the effects of war on Henry Fleming a Union soldier through his dreams of battle his enlistment and his experience through serveral battles of the Civil War Henry the youth was a young man who lived on a farm with his mother He dreamed about what fighting in a war would be like and dreamed of being a hero He dreamed of the battles of war and of what it would be like to fight in those glorious battles His mother was a wise caring woman who had strong convictions about not wanting Henry to goto war She is a very hardworking woman and loves her son a great deal She gave him hundreds of reasons why he was needed on the farm and not in the war Henry knew his mother would not want him to enlist but it was his decision to make He dreamed of the battles of war and of what it would be like to fight in those glorious battles He didnt want to stay on the farm with nothing to do so he made his final decision to enlist After a few days of marching Henry realizes that they have been wandering about aimlessly in circles They continue to march wothout purpose direction and fighting During this time Henry starts to think diffrently about war amore close experienced way He starts to lose some of his ideals of war and starts to become scared of running away from a battle Lieutenant Hasbrouck a young lieutenant of the 304th regiment Henrys regiment is an extremely brave
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