The Red Badge of Courage (Bantam Classics) by Stephen Crane

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By Stephen Crane

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He said aloud. He felt that in this crisis his laws of life were useless. Whatever he had learned of himself was here of no avail. He was an unknown quantity. He saw that he would again be obliged to experiment as he had in early youth. He must accumulate information of himself, and meanwhile he resolved to remain close upon his guard lest those qualities of which he knew nothing should everlastingly disgrace him. ” he repeated in dismay. After a time the tall soldier slid dexterously through the hole.

The sound of monotonous axe blows rang through the forest, and the insects, nodding upon their perches, crooned like old women. The youth returned to his theory of a blue demonstration. One gray dawn, however, he was kicked in the leg by the tall soldier, and then, before he was entirely awake, he found himself running down a wood road in the midst of men who were panting from the first effects of speed. His canteen banged rhythmically upon his thigh, and his haversack bobbed softly. His musket bounced a trifle from his shoulder at each stride and made his cap feel uncertain upon his head.

After a time the tall soldier slid dexterously through the hole. The loud private followed. They were wrangling. “That's all right,” said the tall soldier as he entered. He waved his hand expressively. “You can believe me or not, jest as you like. All you got to do is to sit down and wait as quiet as you can. ” His comrade grunted stubbornly. For a moment he seemed to be searching for a formidable reply. ” “Didn't say I knew everything in the world,” retorted the other sharply. He began to stow various articles snugly into his knapsack.

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