The Red Badge of Courage

T/F: When feeling corraled and hearded, Henry twisted the fact of his enlistment and began to blame the government for his imagined slaughter

in chapter three true or false

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"As he perceived this fact it occurred to him that he had never wished to come to the war. He had not enlisted of his free will. He had been dragged by the merciless government. And now they were taking him out to be slaughtered."


The Red Badge of Courage/ Chapter 3