Publisher Description

An 18 year old Union soldier named Henry Fleming awaits the call to his first taste of battle. There on the battlefield, all the glory and romance of warfare is gone, and the only things that remain are self-doubt and a deep, dark fear. One of the first great realist depictions of warfare, Stephen Crane's classic novel presents the deeply personal psychological struggles of an individual soldier. Through Henry's eye, the American Civil War appears not as a nation at war with itself, but as one man's battle between honor and survival.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2011
May 4
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
200
Pages
PUBLISHER
Bookbyte Digital
SELLER
Somerset Investments, Inc.
SIZE
742.6
KB

Customer Reviews

Walken Gut ,

Cruelty of war

The youths thoughts and perspectives of the insanity that was playing out around him is a description of insanity itself. The intenseness of all of the emotions mimicked the back and forth struggles of both the blue and gray lines.

In the end sanity is the final word without regret or shame of the past events.

79338226701 ,

Great book

Fun to read

😝Pickle Bottom Boots😝 ,

Not one of my favs😭😭

Very difficult to understand. And it is very hard to follow.

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