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Crane, Stephen - Prose and Poetry


Stephen Crane

Prose and Poetry

The Red Badge of Courage • Maggie: A Girl of the Streets • George's Mother • The Third Violet • The Monster • stories • war correspondence • journalism • poetry

 
"Stephen Crane's existence brings into play a great many possibilities of interpretation, some of them having a powerful human appeal, some serio-comic, some tragic, almost all touched with the inexplicable...[H]e was at home at all levels of humanity."
—The Washington Post
 
Overview  |  Note on the Texts  |  Reviews  |  Table of Contents
 
  • Novels and Novellas
    • Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (1893)
    • The Red Badge of Courage (1895)
    • George's Mother (1896)
    • The Third Violet (1896-97)
    • The Monster (1898)
  • Stories, Sketches, and Journalism, by Place and Time
    • Asbury Park
      • Avon's School by the Sea
      • Howells Discussed at Avon-by-the-Sea
      • On the Boardwalk
      • Parades and Entertainments
      • The Pace of Youth
    • Sullivan County
      • The Last of the Mohicans
      • Hunting Wild Hogs
      • Four Men in a Cave
      • The Octopush
      • A Ghoul's Accountant
      • The Black Dog
      • Killing His Bear
      • A Tent in Agony
      • The Mesmeric Mountain
    • New York City, 1892-94
      • The Broken-Down Van
      • An Ominous Baby
      • A Great Mistake
      • A Dark-Brown Dog
      • An Experiment in Misery
      • An Experiment in Luxury
      • Mr. Binks' Day Off
      • The Art Students' League Building
      • Stories Told by an Artist
      • The Men in the Storm
      • Coney Island's Failing Days
      • In a Park Row Restaurant
      • The Fire
      • When Man Falls, a Crowd Gathers
      • In the Depths of a Coal Mine
      • Howells Fears the Realists Must Wait
    • American Civil War
      • A Mystery of Heroism: A Detail of an American Battle
      • A Grey Sleeve
      • The Little Regiment
      • The Veteran
      • An Episode of War
    • The West and Mexico
      • Before the Fact, 1894
        • An Excursion Ticket
      • Correspondent at Large, 1895
        • Nebraska's Bitter Fight for Life
        • Seen at Hot Springs
        • Galveston, Texas, in 1895
        • Stephen Crane in Texas
        • Stephen Crane in Mexico
        • Stephen Crane in Mexico (II)
        • The Mexican Lower Classes
      • After the Fact, 1895-96
        • One Dash—Horses
        • The Wise Men
        • The Five White Mice
        • A Man and Some Others
      • After the Fact, 1897-98
        • The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky
        • The Blue Hotel
      • After the Fact, 1899-1900
        • Twelve O'Clock
        • Moonlight on the Snow
    • New York City, 1896
      • Opium's Varied Dreams
      • New York's Bicycle Speedway
      • An Eloquence of Grief
      • Adventures of a Novelist
    • Florida
      • Stephen Crane's Own Story
      • The Open Boat
      • Flanagan and His Short Filibustering Adventure
    • Greece
      • Greek War Correspondents
      • Crane at Velestino
      • Stephen Crane Tells of War's Horrors
      • Death and the Child
    • England and Ireland, 1897: Minor Excursions
      • London Impressions
      • Ballydehob
      • The Royal Irish Constabulary
      • A Fishing Village
      • Harold Frederic
      • Concerning the English "Academy"
    • Cuba
      • From the Field
        • Stephen Crane at the Front for the World
        • Stephen Crane's Vivid Story of the Battle of San Juan
        • Regulars Get No Glory
      • After the Fact
        • The Price of the Harness
        • The Clan of No-Name
        • Marines Signaling Under Fire at Guantanamo
        • "God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen"
        • The Revenge of the Adolphus
        • Virtue in War
        • The Second Generation
        • This Majestic Lie
    • Whilomville
      • His New Mittens
      • Lynx-Hunting
      • The Angel-Child
      • The Lover and the Tell-Tale
      • "Showin' Off"
      • Shame
      • The Carriage-Lamps
      • The Knife
      • The Trial, Execution, and Burial of Homer Phelps
      • The Fight
      • The City Urchin and the Chaste Villagers
    • England: Last Works
      • The Kicking Twelfth
      • The Shrapnel of Their Friends
      • "And If He Wills, We Must Die"
      • The Upturned Face
      • A Poker Game
      • Manacled
  • Poems
    • The Black Riders and Other Lines (1895)
    • War Is Kind (1899)
    • Uncollected Poems
  • Chronology
  • Note on the Texts
  • Notes
  • Index of Titles and First Lines

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