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    I know the video that you are talking about. It was made in 1977, and it was done in black and white. It is possible that the filmmaker chose to make Fred Collins a Confederate soldier, because...

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    "English: The Mystery of Heroism" is set against the backdrop of the Civil War. Collins, the protagonist, is a member of A Company, which is pinned down on the side of a hill by the relentless...

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    There are numerous examples of personification in Stephen Crane’s short story “A Mystery of Heroism.” Personification is a literary technique used by an author to give human qualities or...

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    Fred Collins in “A Mystery of Heroism” finds himself and his other soldiers pinned down by a battle raging around them. Collins decides he is thirsty and sees a well in the middle of the...

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    A battle is raging around Fred Collins, and he wants a drink of water from the well in the middle of the battlefield. When he brings up the idea of going to get some water, the other soldiers with...

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    The story is in the third person omniscient point of view. The story is about a young soldier named Fred Collins. Fred Collins, of A Company, was saying: “Thunder! I wisht I had a drink....

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    The character Fred Collin is not a hero in the short story A Mystery of Heroism by Stephen Crane. Bravery/For the sake of pride. He was willingly to cross a battlefield where active combat was...

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    For some reason, the soldier Collins decides that because he is thirsty, he will cross the field that is riddled with shells where there is apparently a well near the house that is now dilapidated...

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    The title of Stephen Crane's first published war story, "A Mystery of Heroism," is also the theme of the story. Crane's theory here is that heroism is a mystery rather than a deliberate choice or...

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    The most important piece of symbolism in this short story is of course the bucket of water that Collins risks life and limb to go and fetch. Of course, on the one hand, the bucket represents the...

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    Stephen Crane's "A Mystery of Heroism" is one his best, if not the best, short stories set in the Civil War, and in many ways, it is reminiscent of the Civil War stories of Ambrose Bierce in its...

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    "A Mystery of Heroism" is really all about what the title suggests: it looks at what heroism really is and explores how it is a mystery. The story therefore, and the brave (and perhaps reckless)...

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