Do you want anything Henry? I'll take care of you. After i finish bandaging your head I'll give you my blanket so you don't get cold
In this scene, Henry's courage drives him forward to holding the Union's flag after the flag bearer is killed. Even though Henry knows that holding the flag is ver risky because most flag bearers are killed in a battle, Henry hold the flag up high proudly. Also Wilson catches the Confederate's flag which means that the Union side had won. Henry and Wilson's bravery led to the winning of the Union side.
I'm so scared. RUN! I DON'T WANT TO DIE!!!
I will try as hard as I can and win this war or die trying.
In this scene, Henry was injured in the head. When Wilson saw him, he Bandaged and cleaned Henry's wound. Also, he gave him his blanket and took care of him. This shows that friends always care for each other like Wilson and Henry.
Please don't leave me.
In this scene, Henry inspires and motivates his regiment to keep fighting as hard as they can when they were losing. After he gave this speech, he led the army and won the battle through his leadership skills.
Throughout the book, Henry transformed from an immature coward to a mature leading hero. He became a true national hero and faced many difficult challenges.
In this scene, Henry leaves the tattered soldier alone because he knows that the tattered soldier is dying but he doesn't want to see someone he knows die again in front of his eyes. His immaturity lets him leave the tattered soldier alone when he is dying even when he calls to Henry and pleads for him to not leave him.
In the beginning of the book, Henry romanticized war and thought of war as a Greek epic. But after seeing the darkness of war he learns that war is a red animal that makes people act like killing machines and wild animals that only know how to kill and murder without mercy.