red badge

red badge

symbol of the conquest of fear. [Am. Lit.: Red Badge of Courage]
See: Bravery
References in classic literature ?
He wished that he, too, had a wound, a red badge of cour- age.
0 litter VTEC TURBO engine and is the most extreme model ever to wear the legendary red badge of a Type R.
In Stephen Crane's The Red Badge of Courage, a book assigned in my collegiate American literature class, "the red sun" is described as "pasted in the sky like a wafer.
The footballer wore a small red badge on his coat showing his support for AIDS.
A farm boy from Texas, Murphy became the most decorated soldier of World War II and pursued a postwar movie career that included starring roles such films as "The Red Badge of Courage" and "To Hell and Back.
Jo-ann Swinnerton, head of retail and ticketing, said: "We've had some really positive reaction to the designs, with the away kit we've moved away from the traditional red badge for the first time and the white band on the home kit has a bit more of a modern feel to it.
Having obtained all the loot possible and a red badge of courage to show the girls back home, they will depart.
Nicknamed the Bluebirds, having played in blue for over 100 years, Cardiff now have a red badge featuring a dragon.
Also included in this collection is "Picture," the result of Ross's lengthy immersion with director John Huston during the filming of The Red Badge of Courage.
Two of my favourites were In the Reign of Terror, starting a lifetime fascination with the French Revolution, and The Red Badge of Courage.
Also in the trunk were several books, including "Blinded by the Light," "Malcolm X," "The Red Badge of Courage," "Johnny Got His Gun," "Flags of Our Fathers," "The Jungle," and two books about the state of Massachusetts.
Over one-hundred years prior, but also in a palpable post-war period, we see a similar move in Stephen Crane's Red Badge of Courage: An Episode of the American Civil War.