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5. Identify the irony of Henry’s “red badge of courage.” 5. Identify the irony of Henry’s “red badge of courage.” @English

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  1. Gab02282
    • 3 years ago
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    "Looking at the very title of the novel, Crane included irony that foreshadows the irony of how Henry Fleming gets his red badge of courage. When Henry sees his fellow soldiers fleeing like madmen from the enemy, he stops a running soldier to ask him what was happening. The soldier hit him so he could run away, and Henry now had a red badge. But was it a badge of courage, or shame?" Source: http://bookstove.com/book-talk/stephen-cranes-use-of-irony-in-the-red-badge-of-courage/

  2. misszippy7
    • 3 years ago
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    I swear we have the same classes. we need to get in touch somehow LOL.

  3. misszippy7
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    do you still need help on this one? I might have it.

  4. marsbars20
    • 3 years ago
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    no thanks i already did this one.

  5. misszippy7
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    have you done the one on the quiz 13-15??

  6. marsbars20
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    yeah

  7. misszippy7
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    asdfghjkl; will you help me??

  8. marsbars20
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    sure, do you need all the answers?

  9. misszippy7
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    that works.. :P

  10. marsbars20
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    1.A ,2.c, 3.b, 4.b, 5.c ,6.a ,7.b, 8.a ,9.B, 10.A

  11. marsbars20
    • 3 years ago
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    there you go.:D

  12. marsbars20
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    can you give me answeres 9-12 in the other math page i posted

  13. misszippy7
    • 3 years ago
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    ill look in just one minute (:

  14. marsbars20
    • 3 years ago
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    okk

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