How bravery is shown in "The Open Boat" by Stephen Crane
Many times a person's life bravery is shown. The person may not even know their bravery, but the result of their action has impacted someone. The person may not even have an intention to do acts of bravery but simply try to help in a time of need. A person, who shows an example of this in the Open Boat, is the captain. The captain displayed his courage, although with no intentions in the end of the story in which the captain directs his crew members to get off the boat, and avoid life threatening situations.
Throughout the story they captain was helping his crew members. When the crew was…
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