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The Red Badge of Courage and Other Stories
This book is a collection of stories adapted from Stephen Crane classics. Listen online or download the MP3. Or, download the MOBI or EPUB files for your e-reader.

The Red Badge of Courage and Other Stories is an adaptation of Stephen Crane classics. Part of the Ladder series, at 2000 headwords, this title is appropriate for intermediate learners. Praised by literary critics and Civil War veterans at the time of its publication in 1896, The Red Badge of Courage stands out among stories of war. Other stories included in the book are "The Open Boat," "The Bridge Comes to Yellow Sky," and "The Blue Hotel."

Author: Stephen Crane
Format: Text
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Format(s): Book
Pages: 125
Size: 6 x 9 in.
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Table of Contents

The Open BoatExpand

In this story from The Red Badge of Courage, four men struggle to survive in a dinghy off the coast of Florida.

Author: Stephen Crane
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The Bride Comes to Yellow SkyExpand

In this story from The Red Badge of Courage, Jack Potter, the policeman of a small town in east Texas called Yellow Sky, takes his new bride back to town.

Author: Stephen Crane
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The Blue HotelExpand

In this story from The Red Badge of Courage, four men stay at the famous Palace Hotel. One guest thinks that the others are plotting to kill him, and subsequent hilarity ensues.

Author: Stephen Crane
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