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Red Badge of Courage

Summary: Essay compares Emile Zola to Red Badge of Courage.
Our everyday life is filled with examples of how society influences how the individual behaves and how the individual influences the way society behave. In a matter of speaking this `reciprocal effect' is similar to the internal question of `which came first the chicken or the egg', in that there is no concrete right or wrong answer. Like men in westernized society are looked down upon for crying by society, it is those same men that scorn society's men for showing emotion. In Stephan Crane's novel The Red Badge of Courage, the main character Henry Fleming deals with the emotional morality of war at a young age.

Emile Zola explores themes such as morality and has written many novels on his theories. In his novel, The Experimental Novel he quoted, "Man is not alone; he lives in society, in a social condition; and consequently, for us...

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