AprašymasOfficer Harry Feversham leaves his military position right before an important battle to the disappointment of his three closest friends and the woman he loves. Appalled by his decision, they each gift him with one striking symbol--a white feather. A young British soldier, Harry Feversham, suddenly resigns from his post and leaves his regiment. He is quickly overcome with shame as he receives four feathers, which signify his cowardice. Three are from his peers Captain Trench, Lieutenant Castleton and Lieutenant Willoughby, and one is from his fianc�e, Ethne Eustace. Driven by guilt, Harry participates in various heroic acts to regain his honor and return their feathers. The Four Feathers is one of A.E.W. Mason's most famous works. It explores the unbearable weight of status and reputation in a world driven by strict codes. It has been adapted multiple times for television and film. The most notable version was the 2002 feature starring Oscar-winner Heath Ledger as Harry. With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of The Four Feathers is both modern and readable.