Stephen Crane

Stephen Crane (1871-1900) was a prolific, though short-lived, American author. His father was Methodist-Episcopal minister, and his mother, the daughter of a clergyman. After his first novel was unsuccessful, The Red Badge of Courage, his best known work, was first shortened and printed as a newspaper serial, and became so popular the entire book was published shortly thereafter. Besides this classic Civil War novel dealing with inward conflict, guilt and shame, Crane is also recognized for his poetry, short stories and articles. Though he died of tuberculosis at only age 28, Crane’s work made a lasting impression on such notable authors as Ernest Hemingway. He is recognized by critics today as one of the most innovative writers of his generation.



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The Red Badge of Courage

The Red Badge of Courage

This masterfully woven yarn tells the woes a young Union Private in the American Civil War named Henry Fleming who deserts his unit, like so many...
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