Jimmie

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I am nearly done with my Red Badge of Courage Analysis, but I would prefer one more thought from someone other than me. If you have read the work, could you tell me what you think Crane felt about soldiers as individuals?

I think he thought they were ignorant people fighting for vain reasons. But that only explains Henry. Not each soldier in general

  • Jimmie -

    By the way, this was for my classmate, Jimmie who is also doing the same assignment. But if someone else could help as well, that would be great.

  • English: Red Badge of Courage -

    I haven't read it in a long time, so I can't give any input. But wanted to change the subject so more people would look that can help rather than pass the message by.

    Matt

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