The Red Badge of Courage

by Stephen Crane

Description:  An account of one young man’s active service during the Civil War, showing how circumstances operate to make him appear a hero. A psychological analysis of the state of a man’s mind under fire; quiet, deliberate, yet immensely effective in its realistic portrayal of the irrationality and futility of war.

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Ages:  12-18
Format:  Ebook
Illustrations:  None
Year published:  2016
ISBN:  978-1-63334-576-8
Genres:  American History, Historical Fiction

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Table of Contents

1. Rumors of Battle
2. On the March
3. Approaching the Action
4. First Look at Battle
5. A Member of the Regiment
6. Running
7. Shame
8. Back Toward the Battle
9. Amid Wounds
10. The Tattered Man
11. Envy of Heroes
12. A Blow to the Head

13. Cared for by Comrades
14. Waking with the Regiment
15. Self-Pride Restored
16. In the Trenches
17. The Relentless Foe
18. A View of the Battle
19. The Charge
20. The Depleted Regiment
21. After the Charge
22. Battle Surges
23. A Second Charge
24. An End to the War

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