5 Steps to a 5 AP English Language (5 Steps to a 5 on the by Barbara Murphy, Estelle Rankin

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The battle sounds are too intriguing to ignore, so Henry reverses his retreat and heads back to the front. Crane writes, “He saw that it was an ironical thing for him to be running thus toward that which he had been at such pains to avoid. ” This return to the front, then, isn’t out of character because Henry’s is a very normal reaction for any curious young person. Stylistically, Crane again uses figurative language in this chapter to make his images of war and of nature come alive. ” Also, the clarity of the simile used in the line, “The noise was as the voice of an eloquent being,” and the nature personification in the line, “Sometimes the brambles formed chains and tried to hold him back,” are very effective in developing images in the reader’s mind.

The troop movement described in this chapter is especially trying for Henry because entering of new ground could bring with it his first taste of combat. It is only natural, therefore, that a new recruit would be very fearful of new territory and very comfortable covering old ground. The issue here is fear of the unknown, a fear common to all people, and soldiers face a higher price for venturing into the unknown than do regular citizens. As a soldier gains experience in covering new territory, he gains control of his fear.

Glossary the barbed missiles of ridicule hurtful cutting remarks; insults. a crone stooping an ugly, withered old woman. 48 CliffsNotes Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage Chapter 14 Summary Henry sleeps soundly. He is awakened by the noise of battle. As he awakens, he sees the forms of men lying around him. Not remembering where he is, he thinks that he is surrounded by corpses and that he is resting among them. He soon remembers where he is, and the sound of the morning bugle calls all these “corpses,” including himself, back to life.

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