anonymous
  • anonymous
Has anybody here read the red badge of courage? If you have please help
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anonymous
  • anonymous
One possible theme of the book could be that maturity is reached by experience. Do you think that Henry has reached maturity by the end of the book name three major events that contribute to henry’s growth. Support your opinion about Henry’s maturity with two examples. Please help i'm really stuck
anonymous
  • anonymous
please help its urgent!!! i need help real bad!
anonymous
  • anonymous
anybody from connections?

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timbo5lice
  • timbo5lice
hi ill try to help whats the question ur askin?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi One possible theme of the book could be that maturity is reached by experience. Do you think that Henry has reached maturity by the end of the book name three major events that contribute to henry’s growth. Support your opinion about Henry’s maturity with two examples.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Its from the red badge of courage btw
timbo5lice
  • timbo5lice
Given the novel’s title, it is no surprise that courage defining it, desiring it, and, ultimately, achieving it is the most salient element of the narrative. As the novel opens, Henry’s understanding of courage is traditional and romantic. He assumes that, like a war hero of ancient Greece, he will return from battle either with his shield or on it. so i believe yes but have u read it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes but it was about 2 years ago so i kinda forgot most of it
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks for the help :)

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