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_____ 1. When Henry deserted the battle and fled, his fears
_____ 2. As Henry marched along with the wounded soldiers, he
A. envied them
_____ 3. The truly amazing thing about Jim Conklin was
A. the manner of his death
_____ 4. Henry distinguished himself from others who had deserted the battle, thinking that
A. "he had fled with discretion and dignity"
_____ 5. When Wilson had expected to die, he
A. knelt in the woods to offer a tearful prayer
_____ 6. Henry overheard one of the generals referring to his men in a derogatory fashion as
A. mule drivers
_____ 7. Henry received his "battle wound" from
A. an officer who labeled him a deserter
_____ 8. Henry and Wilson won praise for
A. aiding the wounded while under fire
_____ 9. It is reasonable to describe The Red Badge of Courage as
A. an exultation of regionalism
_____ 10. "And the youth saw that ever after it would be easier to live in his friend's neighborhood" is a reference to
A. Jim Conklin's willingness to sacrifice himself
11. What role does the loud soldier play in the novel?
12. Is The Red Badge of Courage a Christian allegory of redemption? Why or why not?
13. Is The Red Badge of Courage a naturalistic novel?
14. Is The Red Badge of Courage a Civil War novel? Or is it about any war, or even any battle with yourself?
15. How would The Red Badge of Courage be different if Stephen Crane had written it today? Could you write a novel like The Red Badge of Courage about the Vietnam War, for example, or some other modern war?