The Red Badge of Courage - Study Guide Chapter XIV Summary & Analysis

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As Henry approached his regiment in the dark, he could see the shapes of sleeping men all over the ground. His old friend Wilson was standing at sentry and was relieved to see that Henry was still alive. Henry had explained that he had been separated from the regiment, had been fighting on the right and he had received a gunshot wound to the head. Wilson immediately helped get him the medical attention he needed and Henry sat and stared into the fire a long time. He looked around and saw the weary faces of the men who were sleeping all around.

He was advised not to talk or holler to avoid any pressure to his head wounds. Wilson commended him for his bravery; a lesser man would have sought out a hospital long ago for such a wound. Wilson gave up his blankets for...

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