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Home Stephen Crane The Complete Short Stories and Sketches of Stephen Crane. Finally, I want to acknowledge my indebtedness to all previous Crane scholarship, especially the following: Ames W. Williams and Vincent Starrett, Stephen Crane: A Bibliography (1948); Stephen Crane: An Exhibition of His Writings (1956), arranged and described by Joan H. Baum; Maurice Beebe and Thomas A. Gullason, Criticism of Stephen Crane: A Selected Checklist with an Index to Studies. Stephen Crane’s literary reputation is based mainly on his Civil War novel, The Red Badge of Courage (1895), and periodic world wars have helped to perpetuate this condition.

Stephen Crane is as glamorous a figure as ever. Crane said in November, 1896: There are some 15 or 20 short sketches of New York street life and so on which I intended to have published in book form under the title of Midnight Sketches

Stephen Crane is as glamorous a figure as ever. He is still fondly remembered as the genius of his generation, and the wonder boy of American literature. Crane said in November, 1896: There are some 15 or 20 short sketches of New York street life and so on which I intended to have published in book form under the title of Midnight Sketches.

For the first time all 112 of Stephen Crane’s short stories and sketches-including several that have not been included in any previous collection and two that are now in print for the first time-have been brought together in one volume

For the first time all 112 of Stephen Crane’s short stories and sketches-including several that have not been included in any previous collection and two that are now in print for the first time-have been brought together in one volume. Critics call Stephen Crane, who is best known for his Civil War novel, The Red Badge of Courage, the first modern American writer. Crane was only twenty-eight when he died, but his work had a profound influence on American letters. He helped to kill sentimentality in American writing, giving this country’s fiction renewed strength and dignity as an art form.

Stephen Crane was an American novelist, poet and journalist, best known for the novel The Red Badge of Courage. That work introduced the reading world to Crane's striking prose, a mix of impressionism, naturalism and symbolism. He died at age 28 in Badenweiler, Baden, Germany

Stephen Crane was an American novelist, poet and journalist, best known for the novel The Red Badge of Courage. He died at age 28 in Badenweiler, Baden, Germany. Books by Stephen Crane

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Stephen Crane (November 1, 1871 – June 5, 1900) was an American poet, novelist, and short story writer. 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.

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A comprehensive anthology of the 112 short stories and sketches of the 19th century American author. BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

Critics call Stephen Crane, who is best known for his Civil War novel, The Red Badge of.Publisher: Gardners Books

Critics call Stephen Crane, who is best known for his Civil War novel, The Red Badge of Courage, the first ';modern' American writer. He helped to kill sentimentality in American writing, giving this country's fiction renewed strength and dignity as an art form. Publisher: Gardners Books. For the first time all 112 of Stephen Crane's short stories and sketchesincluding several that have not been included in any previous collection and two that are now in print for the first timehave been brought together in one volume.

For the first time all 112 of Stephen Cranes short stories and sketchesincluding several that have not been included in any previous collection and two that are now in print for the first timehave been brought together in one volume. Critics call Stephen Crane, who is best known for his Civil War novel, The Red Badge of Courage, the first modern American writer. Crane was only twenty-eight when he died, but his work had a profound influence on American letters. He helped to kill sentimentality in American writing, giving this countrys fiction renewed strength and dignity as an art form. Crane is considered the American counterpart of such European Nationalists as Zola, Tolstoy, and Flaubert. He refused to bow to the conventions of the day or to popular taste, but wrote about life as he saw it in the closing years of the nineteenth century. And honest vision of life was the foundation stone of his artistic aims, and so he sought first-hand experiences and personal involvement in his themes. He lived the life of The Open Boat before he wrote the story. His stories of war and conflict, such as A Mystery of Heroism and Virtue in War, reflect his experiences as a war correspondent. Crane strove for originality in his writing; his styletense, darting, abrupt, ironicblends perfectly with an impressionistic technique to give emotional, psychological, and symbolic significance to a series of astutely observed and richly colored episodes. The stories and sketches that were a product of his one-man literary revolution are as modern today as ever. This collection includes an authoritative introduction by the editor, in which he evaluates the artistic significance of Cranes work. The stories ad sketches are presented in chronological order and have been carefully edited to ensure that they are in their original form.