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  1. The Crane Log: A Documentary Life of Stephen Crane 1871-1900 by Stanley Wertheim, Paul Sorrentino, 1995-09
  2. Great battles of the world by Stephen Crane ; illustrated by Joh by Crane. Stephen. 1871-1900., 1901
  3. The war dispatches of Stephen Crane. Edited by R.W. Stallman and E.R. Hagemann by Stephen (1871-1900) Crane, 1964-01-01
  4. Wounds in the rain; war stories. by Stephen Crane by Crane. Stephen. 1871-1900., 1900
  5. A souvenir and a medley : seven poems and a sketch by Stephen Crane ; with divers and sundry communications from certain eminent wits by Stephen, 1871-1900 Crane, 2009-10-26
  6. Whilomville stories Stephen Crane ; illustrated by Peter Newell. by Crane. Stephen. 1871-1900., 1900
  7. Stephen Crane, 1871-1900; an exhibition of his writings held in the Columbia University Libraries, September 17- November, 1956 by Stephen. Joan H. Baum (comp.) Crane, 1956-01-01
  8. The Crane Log: A Documentary Life of Stephen Crane 1871-1900 --1994 publication. by Paul Sorrentino Stanley Wertheim, 1994-01-01
  9. Stephen Crane (1871-1900): An Exhibition of His Writings Held in the Columbia University Libraries September 17-November 30, 1956 by Joan H. Baum, 1956
  10. Stephen Crane, 1871-1900: an Exhibition of His Writings...September 17-November 30, 1956 by Columbia University. Libraries, 1956
  12. The Chicago record's war stories : by staff correspondents in the field ; copiously illustrated by Stephen, 1871-1900 Crane, 2009-10-26
  13. Biography - Crane, Stephen (Townley) (1871-1900): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2002-01-01
  14. The Red Badge Of Courage: An Episode Of The American Civil War by Crane Stephen 1871-1900, Norris Frank 1870-1902, 2010-09-30

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(18711900) American writer. Stephen Crane is known for his novel about war, The Red Badge of Courage, even though he never experienced the Civil War.
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  • (1871-1900) American writer. Stephen Crane is known for his novel about war, "The Red Badge of Courage," even though he never experienced the Civil War.
    About Naturalism
    Naturalism was a movement in literature, which developed out of Realism. Emile Zola was the founder of the school. Other writers were: Guy de Maupassant, Stephen Crane, Theodore Dreiser, James T. Farrel, Henrik Ibsen, Gerhart Hauptmann, and Maxim Gorky.
    The Red Badge of Courage
    Stephen Crane never experienced the Civil War; yet, he became famous for his depiction of a young man experiencing the terror of battle and death in "The Red Badge of Courage." zSB(3,3)
    Stephen Crane
    (1871-1900) American writer. Stephen Crane is perhaps most famous for "The Red Badge of Courage" (1895), which brought him international acclaim. With this and other novels, Crane made his name as an important contributor of literary naturalism. Read more about the life and works of Stephen Crane.
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    When "The Red Badge of Courage" was published in 1895, Stephen Crane was a struggling American writer. He was 23. This book made him famous. Find historical and contextual background material in these books.

    3. Crane, Stephen (Open Library)
    Books by Crane, Stephen The red badge of courage an episode of the American Civil War 144 editions first published in 1855

    4. Stephen Crane - Poems And Biography By
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    Stephen Crane (1871 - 1900)
    Stephen Crane was the last of 14 children born to a Methodist minister who died when he was nine. As a child he moved three times in the New York area. Crane never cared much for schooling, but he did attend Syracuse University - although only for one semester, and his most noteworthy accomplishments were performed on the baseball field. He lived the down-and-out life of a penniless artist who became well known as a poet, journalist, social critic and realist. His contemoraries noted him as being an "original" in his field of work. War and other forms of physical and mental violence fascinate Crane. He began writing for newspapers in 1891 when he settled in New York where he developed his powers as an observer of psychological and social reality. After he wrote Red Badge of Courage , which earned Crane international acclaim at age 24, he was hired as a reporter in the American West and Mexico. At the age of 27, Crane moved to Jacksonville, Florida and got married. While in Jacksonville, his boat The Commodore sank off the coast and he wrote about the harrowing adventure in The New York Press. Crane covered the Greco-Turkish War and later settled in England where he made friends with famous writers of the time including H.G. Wells and Henry James. He later covered the Spanish-American War for Joseph Pulitzer's New York World. During the last few years of his life, he began writing furiously because he was in debt and suffering from tuberculosis. He later died while he was in Germany.

    5. Stephen Crane - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Stephen Crane (November 1, 1871 – June 5, 1900) was an American novelist, short story writer, poet and journalist. Prolific throughout his short life, he wrote notable works in
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For the U.S. Continental Congress delegate, see Stephen Crane (delegate) Formal portrait of Stephen Crane taken in Washington, D.C. , about March 1896 Stephen Crane (November 1, 1871 – June 5, 1900) was an American novelist, short story writer, poet and journalist. Prolific throughout his short life, he wrote notable works in the Realist tradition as well as early examples of American Naturalism and Impressionism . He is recognized by modern critics as one of the most innovative writers of his generation. The eighth surviving child of highly devout parents, Crane was raised in several New Jersey towns and Port Jervis New York . He began writing at the age of four and had published several articles by the age of 16. Having little interest in university studies, he left school in 1891 and began work as a reporter and writer. Crane's first novel was the 1893 Bowery tale Maggie: A Girl of the Streets , which critics generally consider the first work of American literary Naturalism. He won international acclaim for his 1895 Civil War novel The Red Badge of Courage , which he wrote without any battle experience.

    6. A Lost Poem - CRANE, Stephen | Between The Covers Rare Books
    A single sheet of laid paper French folded to make four pages. Fine. One of 100 numbered copies signed by Harvey Taylor. A fragile and rare Crane A item, presumably missing from
    Home About Us Site Map Help ... Shopping Cart Images+Detail Item Info CRANE, Stephen A Lost Poem New York: Harvard Press (1932). A single sheet of laid paper French folded to make four pages. Fine. One of 100 numbered copies signed by Harvey Taylor. A fragile and rare Crane "A" item, presumably missing from many Crane collections. BAL [BTC #11132] More Results Explore BTC highlights along with additional titles in stock related to the item above... CRANE, Stephen A Lost Poem CRANE, Stephen A Lost Poem ... The Red Badge Of Courage Book Bargains Our staff cat, Admiral Muffin, has selected thousands of books for special discount from all areas of our stock. Anthologies Books Into Film Photography Baseball ... Folk Tales Children Love ORIG. $150.00 SALE $105.00 On Collecting... Views, anecdotes and insights into the world of antiquarian books by the BTC staff and distinguished guests. Just Added Book Catalogs Galore The Bookshop in Old New Castle Bookselling in Hard Times: "Will work for rare books" The Between the Covers Blog ... Organized Labor Goes Feline Introductory Articles What the hell kind of website is this anyway?

    7. Stephen Crane (1871 - 1900)
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    Werksauswahl englisch Bei Amazon nachschauen The Complete Poems of Stephen Crane. Cornell University Press, 1972. Taschenbuch - 154 Seiten. Great Short Works of Stephen Crane. Red Badge of Courage, Monster, Maggie, Open Boat, Blue Hotel, Bride Comes to Yellow Sky and Other Works. Harper Collins, 1975. Taschenbuch - 384 Seiten. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets and Selected Stories. Signet Book, 1991. Taschenbuch. The Portable Stephen Crane. Penguin Books, 1977. Taschenbuch - 550 Seiten. The Red Badge of Courage. Washington Square Press, 1996. Taschenbuch.
    Werksauswahl deutsch bei amazon nachschauen Maggie, das Strassenkind. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. A Story of New York. (Fremdsprachentexte). Ditzingen: Reclam, 1993. Taschenbuch - 135 Seiten.

    8. Stephen Crane - Biography And Works
    In fact I think it might be one of my faveorite of Crane's stories. Posted By Dark Muse at Wed 4 Jun 2008, 521 PM in Crane, Stephen 5 Replies
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    Stephen Crane (1871-1900), American journalist, poet, and author wrote The Red Badge of Courage: an episode of the American Civil War But he was amid wounds. The mob of men was bleeding. Because of the tattered soldier's question he now felt that his shame could be viewed. He was continually casting sidelong glances to see if the men were contemplating the letters of guilt he felt burned into his brow. At times he regarded the wounded soldiers in an envious way. He conceived persons with torn bodies to be peculiarly happy. He wished that he, too, had a wound, a red badge of courage. Ch. 9 An exemplary novel of realism, Henry Fleming's experience as a new recruit and his struggles internal and external while under fire was hailed as a remarkable achievement for Crane and remains in print today. Crane lived a very short but eventful lifeauthor and publisher Irving Bacheller hired him as reporter and he travelled across America, to Mexico, down to Cuba to report on the Spanish-American conflict, and later to Greece. He was respected by many authors, among them

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    10. Manacled (1900) By Stephen Crane
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    The Argosy , August 1900.] In the First Act there had been a farm scene, wherein real horses had drunk real water out of real buckets, afterward dragging a real wagon off stage left. The audience was consumed with admiration of this play, and the great Theatre Nouveau rang to its roof with the crowd's plaudits. The Second Act was now well advanced. The hero, cruelly victimised by his enemies, stood in prison garb, panting with rage, while two brutal wardens fastened real handcuffs on his wrists and real anklets on his ankles. And the hovering villain sneered. "'Tis well, Aubrey Pettingill," said the prisoner. "You have so far succeeded; but mark you, there will come a time" The villain retorted with a cutting allusion to the young lady whom the hero loved. "Curse you," cried the hero, and he made as if to spring upon this demon; but, as the pitying audience saw, he could only take steps four inches long. Drowning the mocking laughter of the villain came cries from both the audience and the people back of the wings. "Fire! Fire! Fire!" Throughout the great house resounded the roaring crashes of a throng of human beings moving in terror, and even above this noise could be heard the screams of women more shrill than whistles. The building hummed and shook; it was like a glade which holds some bellowing cataract of the mountains. Most of the people who were killed on the stairs still clutched their play-bills in their hands as if they had resolved to save them at all costs.

    11. Crane, Stephen Definition Of Crane, Stephen In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Crane, Stephen, 1871–1900, American novelist, poet, and shortstory writer, b. Newark, N.J. Often designated the first modern American writer, Crane is ranked among the authors, Stephen

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    13. The Stephen Crane Society
    Dedicated to study of this nineteenth-century American author. Associated with the American Literature Association. Publishes semiannual journal. Tips on where to find biographies and Crane s works online.

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    Stephen Crane (1871-1900) American author, whose unromanticized war novel, THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE (1895), brought him international fame. Crane's first novel, MAGGIE: A GIRL OF THE STREETS, was a milestone in the development of literary naturalism. At its appearance in 1893 Crane was just twenty-one. His manuscript was turned down by the publishers, who considered its realism too "ugly". Crane had to print the book at his own expense, borrowing the money from his brother. In its inscription Crane warned that "it is inevitable that you be greatly shocked by this book but continue, please, with all possible courage to the end." The story of the descent of a slum girl in turn-of-the-century New York into prostitution was first published under the pseudonym of Johnston Smith. Maggie was generally ignored by readers but it won the admiration of other realist writers. "In the street infants played or fought with other infants or sat stupidly in the way of vehicles. Formidable women, with uncombed hair and disordered dress, gossiped while leaning on railings, or screamed in frantic quarrels. Withered persons, in curious postures of submission to something, sat smoking pipes in obscure corners. A thousand odors of cooking food came forth to the street. The building quivered and creaked from the weight of humanity stamping about in its bowels."

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    Author Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900 Title Active Service Language English LoC Class PZ: Language and Literatures: Juvenile belles lettres LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature Subject Fathers and daughters Fiction Subject Greece Fiction Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Oct 1, 2000 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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      I believe this author to be a very well thought out person. The style of writing he uses, shows that he takes time to observe his surroundings and appreciate what others cannot. But taking in mind his life style and his surroundings for the majority of his life, one can merely judge him as a regular, were it not for his works. This shows that one cannot simply judge by a persons appearance, history or words alone, but their thoughts must also be taken into careful consideration, if they are to be judged, need be. A very well though out person... Posted By Unregistered at Tue 24 May 2005, 5:03 PM

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