• anonymous
7. Which line from The Red Badge of Courage most clearly supports the theme of courage as Henry would define it at the end of the novel? (1 point) “And there were iron jaws of tradition and law on four sides. He was in a moving box.” “His busy mind had drawn for him large pictures extravagant in color, lurid with breathless deeds.” “Frequently over this tumult could be heard the grim jokes. . . but the retreating men apparently were not even conscious of the presence of an audience.” “’If so be a time comes when yeh have to be kilt or do a mean thing. . . don’t think of anything ‘cept w
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  • anonymous
hat's right

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