The Red Badge of Courage

    Series : IRL

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      In “The Red Badge of Courage,” written by Stephen Crane, readers are thrust into the heart of the American Civil War, where they witness the transformation of a young soldier named Henry Fleming. As Henry grapples with fear, uncertainty, and the brutal realities of war, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery and redemption. Through Henry’s eyes, readers are immersed in the chaos and turmoil of battle, experiencing the horrors and triumphs of war alongside him.


      Stephen Crane’s vivid prose and evocative imagery bring the Civil War era to life, capturing the raw emotions and psychological struggles of soldiers on the battlefield. As Henry confronts his own mortality and wrestles with his conscience, he must navigate the complexities of honor, courage, and cowardice in the face of adversity. Through Henry’s harrowing experiences, Crane offers a poignant exploration of the human condition and the timeless themes of identity, heroism, and the quest for meaning in a world torn apart by conflict.

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      Number of Unique Covers: 30

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      The Red Badge of Courage

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      Publisher :

      Series : IRL

      First Publication Date : 1895

      Author : Stephen Crane

      Genres: Classics, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Literature, War Story

      Language : English

      Word Count : 55,000

      Format : DEA (Decentralized Encrypted Asset)

      Read On : eReader dApp

      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

      Author Info

      Stephen Crane

      Stephen Crane (1871-1900), an American writer and journalist, rose to prominence with his groundbreaking work that explored the gritty realities of war and the human condition. Born in Newark, New Jersey, Crane began his literary career at a young age, drawing inspiration from his experiences as a war correspondent and observer of social injustices.
      Crane's most famous work, "The Red Badge of Courage," published in 1895, is a seminal novel that vividly portrays the psych… Read More

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