The Red Badge of Courage Essay | Student Essay

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The Private, General, and Historian

Summary: The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane: Answers: "Write a page or so of commentary in which you discuss the differences in a battle as experienced by a private, a general, and a historian."
The private, general, and historian are all human. They live, die, eat, sleep. They either had first hand experience with war or no experience at all. A private fights in a battle. A general commands an army in the battle. A historian describes and analyzes a battle 75 years later.They all have different jobs, but they are linked together. In battle, a private has a first hand experience with death. While fighting, he would watch others fall beside him. A fear would lurk on his shoulder. He knew that the odds of him dying were extremely high. There were more ways of which he could die: malnutrition, uncleanliness, weather, and infection.If he was wounded by a bullet, he would most likely have to have had the limb amputated.This fear was with him everywhere. It was on the battlefield while he was loading and...

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