The Red Badge of Courage

Chapter 24: How has the boy changed? Crane writes that he now has a "quiet manhood." What is that manhood?

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This is a reflective contemplative manhood. Gone are the days of mindless bravado and illusions of heroism. Henry understands the realities of war and that there really are no heroes or even "winners." Henry has developed into a thoughtful and rational soldier.