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Stephen crane wrote the red badge of courage with the intention of refuting the glorification of war how do these styles impact crane's writing style.
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The red badge of courage is a war novel by american author stephen crane ( 1871–1900) the red badge of courage has a distinctive style, which is often described as naturalistic, realistic, impressionistic or a mixture of the three told in.