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Unarmed, Henry leads the men while entirely escaping injury. Frank and his brother ran a blacksmith shop. Thomas homesteaded a quarter section on the Elbow river.
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French was born in in Pennsylvania, U. The first twelve chapters, until he receives his accidental wound, expose his cowardice. Although Henry had little military experience, this was not considered a major drawback at the time, and he was held to have distinguished himself in the march on Williamsburg.
Jane died in Henry's maturing process occurs very quickly. Henry's doubts continue as he reacts to his environment — both the land and the people. Background[ edit ] Stephen Crane in ; print of a portrait by artist and friend Corwin K. He had rid himself of the red sickness of battle. Fraser came to Calgary in The Calgary Herald, July 08, The first three children were born in England.
The philosophical underpinnings of the war do not motivate him; neither does any deeply held, personal sense of right and wrong.
It would die if its timid eyes were compelled to see blood Yet the youth smiled, for he saw that the world was a world for him, though many discovered it to be made of oaths and walking sticks.
They had six children, four sons and two daughters. Joseph and his brother Henry brought the first carload of cattle to Calgary by rail in On the other hand, because he is young, Henry has yet to experience enough to test these abstractions.
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The freeholders of Henry County soon thereafter sent its eponym to the House of Delegates. The novel closes with the following passage: His regiment encounters a small group of Confederates, and in the ensuing fight Henry proves to be a capable soldier, comforted by the belief that his previous cowardice had not been noticed, as he "had performed his mistakes in the dark, so he was still a man".
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