Le signe du courage

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    1. Achet pour la Fac d anglais, je l ai trouv d un ennui extr me A peine utilis en cours ce livre t un vrai achat inutile.


    2. Dans ce court roman Stephen Crane nous raconte les batailles d une jeune recrue qui se retrouve au combat pendant la guerre de S cession C est surtout le c t psychologique du combat qui est abord ici, et malgr le fait qu il ait t publi en 1895, je trouve l approche vraiment assez novatrice Bien s r quelques sc nes de batailles sont rapport es, mais c est v ritablement l tat d esprit du jeune homme qui est racont par le menu.Le jeune est confront la peur et tout d abord la peur d avoir peur et de [...]


    3. Compar aux r cits de guerre d Hemingway ou de Celine, on sent chez Crane une volont de se positionner un peu plus haut que le simple soldat Qualit des descriptions et fine psychologie des personnages Le tout se trouve en plus enrichi par de nombreux dialogues.On d plore seulement que le pathos ne soit jamais exploit fond et que the red badge of courage soit finalement belliciste, comme une preuve passer La guerre est d crite dans toute son horr sans qu effet tragique ne soit recherch , m me pas [...]


    4. It took me a while to get into the story because I had been reading so many modern novels lately, but once I did, it became a glorious and horrific wonder for my imagination The story spelled out the inner workings of a mind on the battlefield in ways I haven t encountered in other novels After chapter 3 I was captivated I fully and heartily recommend pressing through if the beginning seems a bit stilted to you The ending left this reader satisfied, not as if there s some happily ever after, but [...]


    5. I think I was 17 when I first read The Red Badge of Courage It was a freshman literature class in college and it was in the summer term.It s a short book and because I was young, I just wanted to get to the end to know what happened The one thing I learned through reading this short novel and in the professor s discussion after, is that one cannot tear into a great book of literature the way one reads through a best seller finishing it in one night, reading it by the glow of a flashlight under t [...]


    6. An extraordinary book for its time, Stephen Crane describes the intimate details and the innermost thoughts of a newly minted soldier on the front lines of a Civil War battlefield With bullets whizzing about him, and thick smoke and corpses as a backdrop, Henry flees his first encounter with battle As he wanders about in the aftermath, he struggles with his shame and seeks rationalizations for his cowardice Was he not the wiser for having fled a battle that was lost Does not an animal flee a pre [...]


    7. I finally read this classic and was immediately swept away by the tale of young Henry Fleming often referred to as the youth in Red Badge of Courage , who itches to go to war, despite his mother s wishes.Stephen Crane s writing has aged gracefully since the novel was first published in 1893 The forbidding atmosphere of war is ideally suited to a style that might be considered florid by today s standards The potent tone fits the story but the writing feels strangely modern, authentic and devoid o [...]


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