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On which side are the men in this arym Fighting?
The north , the union blue uniforms
Describe the interaction between the loud solider and the tall soldier.
The loud one beleives that they are not going to make but the tall one dose beleive they are going to move
What oes the caracter who is introduced at "the youthful pruivate" do when he hears that the arm is going to fight the next day?
He goes back to this tent to think.
The young private once thought of war as "crimson blotches on the ages of the past" why des he now distrust the war in his country?
Because men are better than that not they are more timid, people are to educated to fight eachother and it cost a lot of money
Describe the flashback in the beginning of the novel
When he first told his mom about enlisting she was unhappy because she didn't wnat him to die and she needs hiim on the farm. She lso gives him advice and packs for him. THey he says good bye to his friends a light haired girl and a darker girl then he gest to camp and its not what he thinks
what is the problem with which the youth, Henry, struggles
He is afraid that he will run the first time he fights
When Jim the tall solider tells the youth he would fight if everonelse fought and run if everyone else ran, why is Henry relieved?
He knows that he is not the only one with thoughts of running.
What is the outcomw of the rumor that jim had been spreading?
Its false a mistake
What two opinions about his comrads' courage does the youthwaver between?
If they are heros or privatly wondering if they will run
The men march in the dark As the sun comes up what do the two columns of men loo like to the youth?
Two serpents crawling from the cavern of the night
What is the nature of the disagreement between Henry and the lud solider.
if the loud solider will run or not.
In what ways has the regement lost the marks of a new command? In what ways is it still identifiable as an untried regiment?
They dumpt out all of their stuff. THey are still a full regiment, and that their hats are to nice and similar.
Find the paragraph in this chapter that marks the change in the regiment's combat state. Write the first fourteen words below
one grey dawn, however, he was kicked in the leg by the tall solider.
How does the youth feel once he realixes that "the time had come"
He felt bewildered and wished that he had never come to war.
When the youth scrambles up the bank, what does he see instead of the expected grand battle scene?
He seeslines of skirmishers, shooting into the distance
How does the landscape appear to Henry after seeing the dead soldier?
the landscape has an ominaous, sacraficing, trapilurked fierce eyed host.
How does henry react to being marched "from place to place with apparent aimlessness"?
That it was stupid fearfull one either want to fight or go back to camp
How does the loud soldier betray his fears to the youth>
he tell him that his first battle will be his last and gabe him a yellow envelope to send home
What opposing views of the progress of the battle are presented by the rumors that fly among the new regimetn?
that hannises battary has been taook and some say it not but you cna't beleive either one.
Why do the men laugh when the lieutenant is shot in the hand
because he is swearing purfusely like if he hit himself with a hammer
what resolution soes the youth make on seeing the fleeing rgiment
that he wil wait untell he sees the thing that is causing all the people to run then he might too.
To what sensation soes teh youth compare the feeling he has while waiting for the battle to begin?
waiiing for the arrival of the circus parade when he was a little boy
once the battle begins how does the youth fee is relation to his companions
the feel like brothers.
how soes teh regiment respond when it seems as though they have held the enemy back? how does henry respond
they are happy praying being happy contemtplating
as he gazes at the pure blue sky and the sunlight on the trees and ields, what surprises henry
that its still a lovely day in nature with this fight.
what surprise is in store for the regimet after this initial victory
another attack y the confederates
how do the youth and his fellow soldiers respond when they discover the battle is not yet over
they complained and wined aabout having to fit them again without reinforcement.
Breefly describe the point in the chapter when the rgiment begins to run
"to the youth it was an onslaught of redoubteable dragons"
How does henry feel toward the other regiments who remain fighting and toward the general still irecting the battle
he calls them :machine like fools' and "mathodical idiots" he wante to beat him op
What information does the yough learn at the start of chapter 7 how does this information make him feel
his side won; amazed and angry he felt he had been wronged.
What incident does the yough use to reationalize the fact of his fleeing from battle
that it is a natural reaction to run from danger like the squerel did
what sight makes the youth turn and run again
the dead body of a solider
Henry hears "a crimson roar" in the istance. Why does he now run toward the fighting he has so recently escaped
he is curious and want to see the battle
What does the yough realize about the new battle takin gplace
his battle was simply perfundory popping coa[ared to his new one
as henry views the battle what metaphor does crane use to describe war
"grinding of an immense and terrible machine
Describe the interaction between the youth and the tattered man
the tattered man is extremely proud of the army saying how he fought while henry slowly slips away
what is the source of the youth's shame a chapter 9
that he is not wounded
what soes the phrase red badge of courage refer to
a wound
who does the spectral soldier turn out to be what do you remember of this soldier;s action earlier in the novel
jim conclin that him and hery knew eachother from boyhood
what is jim conklins greatest fear
that he will fall down and the artilery wagons will run over him
What amazes the tattered man about the tall soliders death?
that he died standing up
what fear does the youth soon evelop about his companion the tattered man
that he is going to die in front of him too
who is tom jamison who doeshe figur in this chapter
he was the tattere mans neghibor he tell the tattered man that he has been shot the tattered man starts calling henry tom and so henry knows he is about to die
what is the question asked by the tattered man that makes the youth angry
Where you wounded
why does the youth leave the tattered man wandering in the field
he is selfish he does not ant to see that tattered man die
What incident does the yough use to reationalize the fact of his fleeing from battle
that it is a natural reaction to run from danger like the squerel did
what sight makes the youth turn and run again
the dead body of a solider
Henry hears "a crimson roar" in the istance. Why does he now run toward the fighting he has so recently escaped
he is curious and want to see the battle
What does the yough realize about the new battle takin gplace
his battle was simply perfundory popping coa[ared to his new one
as henry views the battle what metaphor does crane use to describe war
"grinding of an immense and terrible machine
Describe the interaction between the youth and the tattered man
the tattered man is extremely proud of the army saying how he fought while henry slowly slips away
what is the source of the youth's shame a chapter 9
that he is not wounded
what soes the phrase red badge of courage refer to
a wound
who does the spectral soldier turn out to be what do you remember of this soldier;s action earlier in the novel
jim conclin that him and hery knew eachother from boyhood
what is jim conklins greatest fear
that he will fall down and the artilery wagons will run over him
What amazes the tattered man about the tall soliders death?
that he died standing up
what fear does the youth soon evelop about his companion the tattered man
that he is going to die in front of him too
who is tom jamison who doeshe figur in this chapter
he was the tattere mans neghibor he tell the tattered man that he has been shot the tattered man starts calling henry tom and so henry knows he is about to die
what is the question asked by the tattered man that makes the youth angry
Where you wounded
why does the youth leave the tattered man wandering in the field
he is selfish he does not ant to see that tattered man die