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The Red Badge of Courage

Summary: A brief comparison of the novel and the flimv"The Red Badge of Courage."
In the film "Glory" and the novel The Red Badge Of Courage, written by Stephen Crane both characterize the lives of courageous, but at times coward men during the Civil War. The personalities of the characters, in both the film and the novel, are volatile as the encounter the obstacles of fighting a war. The protagonists Robert Shaw and Henry Fleming fit these dynamic personalities. War is portrayed through a combination of positive and negative aspects throughout the film and novel. Each have powerful statements of either favoring war or denouncing it as senseless catastrophe. Unlike the film, the novel goes into much more dramatic and graphic detail of young boys and men at war. Even though The Red Badge of Courage and the film "Glory" both insinuate the ability to ascend a heroic figure through the dramatic realities of fighting in the manner that...

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