The theme of manhood in "The Red Badge of Courage" by Stephen Crane.
The Red Badge of Courage
AP English Per. 1st
Manhood is hard to describe and even harder to achieve. In Stephen Crane's book the theme of not only manhood, but also maturity is spread throughout the novel. The story's protagonist Henry Fleming becomes a man through the course of the book. Two other characters have great influence on the theme of manhood; they are examples to Henry while he fights his battles with the confederates as well as himself.
The first instrumental man is a fellow solider named Jim Conklin. He is injured in their first engagement with the Confederates. He soon die…
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