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Student companion to Stephen Crane.


Student companion to Stephen Crane.

Sorrentino, Paul M.

Greenwood Pr.


171 pages



Student companions to classic writers


A specialist on the life and work of American writer Crane (1871-1900), Sorrentino (English, Virginia Tech.) begins with a biographical sketch and a review of his literary heritage. Then he proceeds from his early work through Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, other New York City stories, The Red Badge of Courage, other war stories, westerns, poetry, and his later work.

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Date:May 1, 2006
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