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Throughout the novel and in Crane's descriptions of him, what trait is Henry Fleming marked by?

2 of 5
Jim Conklin's pragmatic nature is established when he explains that he would flee from battle only if ___.

3 of 5
Who is referred to almost exclusively in the first half of the book as "The Loud Soldier"?

4 of 5
Jim Conklin's death is notable (and perplexing to Henry) in its ___.

5 of 5
Wilson's vulnerability and immaturity is exposed when he entrusts what object to Henry, in the event of his death?