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The Red Badge of Courage

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(4,344 Sterne; 96 Bewertungen)

This is a short novel published in 1895 and based vaguely on the battle of Chancellorsville of the American Civil War. Unlike other works on the subject, Crane's novel does not concentrate on the big picture or the glory of war but on the psychology of one of its soldiers. (4 hr 55 min)

Chapters

Chapter 01

22:54

Read by James Smith

Chapter 02

16:51

Read by JemmaBlythe

Chapter 03

20:23

Read by Joseph Loverti

Chapter 04

7:53

Read by Joseph Loverti

Chapter 05

16:27

Read by Julian Jamison

Chapter 06

11:36

Read by Dusty Hodge

Chapter 07

10:11

Read by Nikolle Doolin

Chapter 08

13:30

Read by Nikolle Doolin

Chapter 09

12:42

Read by Kirk Thomas

Chapter 10

9:55

Read by Jim Morris-Knower

Chapter 11

15:26

Read by Kirk Thomas

Chapter 12

11:59

Read by lolhypocrisy

Chapter 13

13:47

Read by mawrtea

Chapter 14

10:38

Read by Sandra in Wales, United Kingdom

Chapter 15

7:06

Read by Sandra in Wales, United Kingdom

Chapter 16

12:11

Read by Sandra in Wales, United Kingdom

Chapter 17

9:23

Read by Jeff Robinson

Chapter 18

9:13

Read by Jeff Robinson

Chapter 19

10:26

Read by Neil Pankey

Chapter 20

11:03

Read by Kirsten Ferreri

Chapter 21

10:44

Read by Kirsten Ferreri

Chapter 22

10:41

Read by Sandra in Wales, United Kingdom

Chapter 23

10:54

Read by Sandra in Wales, United Kingdom

Chapter 24

9:37

Read by Sandra in Wales, United Kingdom

Bewertungen

interesting

(3 Sterne)

I had to do a report on this book, and the multiple readers made it hard to follow. better than actually reading it though

The Red Badge of Courage

(3,5 Sterne)

A little hard to follow with so many readers. Sue Anderson would have made a great narrator for this story

Surprise surprise

(3,5 Sterne)

I liked the guy that read the first chaoter a lot. But then suddenly a wild strict nanny appeared.... what?

Like It!

(4 Sterne)

I like the dynamics. Read well.

Poignant story!

(5 Sterne)

I had no idea how much I would enjoy this book. Crane’s insights on war and courage are just as fresh today as over 100 years ago when he penned the tale. It is a short book you will be tempted to listen to again and again and absorb something more. The volunteers were wonderful. Each gave a little bit of themselves in their reading. I recommend it highly.

Very good and interesting

(3,5 Sterne)

It was a good description of the civil war, and had good character development. Steven Crane has a very good choice of words and is good at grabbing your attention. That being said, some of the readers were a little monotone and hard to follow.

why

(3 Sterne)

i wonder why you kept switching the readers it's just confusing and disturbing .. i liked the first reader .

(2 Sterne)

Jemma Blythe is always a hard reader to listen to, with any story she does.