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Stephen Crane By Stephen Crane, James P. Lenfestey
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Poetry by Stephen Crane selected and introduced by James P. Lenfestey
Stephen Crane By Stephen Crane, James P. Lenfestey
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Poetry by Stephen Crane selected and introduced by James P. Lenfestey
Stephen Crane, Collection By Stephen Crane
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Stephen Crane (1871 – 1900) was an American author. Prolific throughout his short life, he wrote notable works in the Realist tradition as well as early examples of American Naturalism and... More > Impressionism. He is recognized by modern critics as one of the most innovative writers of his generation. Crane's first novel was the 1893 Bowery tale Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, generally considered by critics to be the first work of American literary Naturalism. He won international acclaim in 1895 for his Civil War novel The Red Badge of Courage, which he wrote without any battle experience. In this ebook: The Red Badge of Courage Maggie: A Girl of the Streets Wounds in the rain The Little Regiment Active Service The Third Violet Men, Women, and Boats Whilomville Stories War is Kind The Little Regiment The Monster and Other Stories Last Words The Black Riders and Other Lines The Open Boat The Blue Hotel The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky< Less
Stephen Crane Series: The Monster By Stephen Crane
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The Monster is an 1898 novella by American author Stephen Crane. The story takes place in the small, fictional town of Whilomville, New York. An African-American coachman named Henry Johnson, who is... More > employed by the town's physician, Dr. Trescott, becomes horribly disfigured after he saves Trescott's son from a fire. When Henry is branded a "monster" by the town's residents, Trescott vows to shelter and care for him, resulting in his family's exclusion from the community. The fictional town of Whilomville, which is used in 14 other Crane stories, was based on Port Jervis, New York, where Crane lived with his family for a few years during his youth. It is thought that he took inspiration from several local men who were similarly disfigured, although modern critics have made numerous connections between the story and the 1892 lynching in Port Jervis of an African-American man named Robert Lewis.< Less
Bristol Cranes By Thomas Rasche
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Bristol Cranes... Discover the cranes of Bristol! The cranes that can be seen on the quays of Bristol tell a fascinating story. Cranes featured in Bristol from the earliest days. They have changed... More > with time, technology and with the growing city. They were there when the floating harbour was being constructed, through the port's heyday and -now just a remaining handful- they stand withness to the city's great maritime past. Thomas Rasche takes you on a memorable journey of discovery. Paperback book also available: ISBN 978-1-906593-54-4< Less
The Fox and the Crane By Elizabeth Henderson
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A short, short story about office politics (and yes, it is based on personal experience) - enjoy!
Titan Crane By Jim McLaughlin
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Crane & Pelican By Arius De Winter
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Love,war, hope and glory, what all young men believe will over come anything. This story of love, loss, hope, is a fictional account of war and love between two men. Who will love, who will return,... More > dreams and hope.< Less
Crane & Pelican By Arius De Winter
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Love,war, hope and glory, what all young men believe will over come anything. This story of love, loss, hope, is a fictional account of war and love between two men. Who will love, who will return,... More > dreams and hope.< Less
White Cranes By Jane Kohut-Bartels
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CONTAINS 11 COLOR PLATES "White Cranes of Heaven" contains fifty poems following the seasons. While the majority of poetry are freeverse, there are also tanka, a Japanese form of poetry... More > included in the "Moon Poems and Tanka" section. She is also a noted landscape painter and has reproduced 11 of her paintings in this new book to illustrate some of the poetry. The cover is also a painting done by her for this new book. Kohut-Bartels maintains a popular blog under the name "Lady Nyo". Her blog address: http://ladynyo.wordpress.com< Less