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Whilomville stories. Tales, sketches, and reports. Reports of war: War dispatches. Great battles of the world. Poems and literary remains. Perkins -- The clan of no-name -- "God rest ye, merry gentlemen" -- The revenge of the Adolphus -- The serjeant's private mad-house -- Virtue in war -- Marines signaling under fire at Guantanamo -- This majestic lie -- War memories -- The second generation -- Spitzbergen tales -- The kicking twelfth -- The upturned face -- The shrapnel of their friends -- "And if he wills, we must die" -- Addendum: from "Things Stephen says.
Cady -- I. Tales and sketches. Uncle Jake and the bell-handle -- Greed rampant -- The captain -- The reluctant voyagers -- Why did the young clerk swear? The broken down van -- A night at the millionaire's club -- An experiment in misery -- The experiment in luxury -- Sailing day scenes -- Mr.
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Binks' day off -- The art students' league building -- The men in the storm -- Coney Island's failing days -- In a Park Row restaurant -- Notebook draft -- Heard on the street election night -- Notebook draft -- The fire -- When man falls, a crowd gathers -- Notebook draft -- The duel that was not fought -- Notebook draft -- A lovely jag in a crowded car -- Opium's varied dreams -- New York's bicycle speedway -- In the Broadway cable cars -- The roof gardens and gardeners of New York -- An eloquence of grief -- In the Tenderloin : a duel between an alarm clock and a suicidal purpose -- The "Tenderloin" as it really is -- In the "Tenderloin" -- Yen-Hock Bill and his sweetheart -- Stephen Crane in Minetta Lane.
Western Sketches. Queenstown -- Ballydehob -- The royal Irish constabulary -- A fishing village -- An old man goes wooing. News from Asbury Park. Possible attributions. News, commentary, and descriptions. Henry M. Colvert -- War dispatches. Stephen Crane's own story -- The filibustering industry. The little stilettos of the modern Navy which stab in the dark -- Some curious lessons from the Transvaal -- Stephen Crane says: Watson's criticisms of England's war are not unpatriotic -- Stephen Crane says: The British soldiers are not familiar with the "business end" of modern rifles -- Manuscript notes -- The great Boer Trek -- The talk of London.
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Language see all. Guaranteed Delivery see all. No Preference. Condition see all. His work is like a rhetorical question. When reading Crane's work, think of a Salvador Dali painting or a Biblical passage: ambiguous, and up to the reader to decide what he is saying I just finished reading Maggie, a Girl of the Street, and I wondered why I didin't feel sad at all when it was a truely sad story itself. The author presented the story to us with a tone of unconcern, indifference, and calmness, as if he were a God, who settled everything beforehand.
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I think he considered nature as being extremely ugly, and human fate as forever doomed. It is a harrowing way to look into nature and life, in my opinion. I tend to view literature as a form of art, that deals with something enchanting, and works of Stephen Crane become the most distorted pieces of art I've ever come across, if they are still considered art at all I just thought this was a wonderful little poem Little Birds of the Night LITTLE birds of the night Aye, they have much to tell Perching there in rows Blinking at me with their serious eyes Recounting of flowers they have seen and loved Of meadows and groves of the distance And pale sands at the foot of the sea And breezes that fly in the leaves.
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They are vast in experience These little birds that come in the night We were reading Stehpen Crane as part of one of my classes, and I just finnised The Open Boat, and it seems the majority of the other students in the class all think that this story was the most boring, and as they put it "Nothing happens" But there was just something about the story that I personally really liked, and I really did not find it to be boring.
In fact I think it might be one of my faveorite of Crane's stories I think this might be one of my favorite Crane stories that I read so far. I found it to be really quite interesting.
It is kind of funny, I have never before ready Wild West type of literature, nor never felt any inclination toward those kind of stories, and yet it was the Wild West elements in The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky, that I rather enjoyed. One of the other things I have discovered about Stephen Crane that I really like about his writing, is his use of language, he uses words sometimes in a rather unexpected way, and yet he seems to make it work I found this to be a rather interesting story, dealing with certain moral issues that are still being discussed and debated today.
I was just currious, what your own thoughts are on the Doctor's actions. Do you think he really did do the right thing in preserving the life of Henry? Or would it in fact in the long run been better, and more merciful if he had let Henry die? Please submit a quiz here. Here is where you find links to related content on this site or other sites, possibly including full books or essays about Stephen Crane written by other authors featured on this site.
Stephen Crane Search. Advanced Search. The mob of men was bleeding. Because of the tattered soldier's question he now felt that his shame could be viewed. He was continually casting sidelong glances to see if the men were contemplating the letters of guilt he felt burned into his brow. Posted By virginiawang in Crane, Stephen 3 Replies. Little Birds of the Night I just thought this was a wonderful little poem Little Birds of the Night LITTLE birds of the night Aye, they have much to tell Perching there in rows Blinking at me with their serious eyes Recounting of flowers they have seen and loved Of meadows and groves of the distance And pale sands at the foot of the sea And breezes that fly in the leaves.
The Open Boat We were reading Stehpen Crane as part of one of my classes, and I just finnised The Open Boat, and it seems the majority of the other students in the class all think that this story was the most boring, and as they put it "Nothing happens" But there was just something about the story that I personally really liked, and I really did not find it to be boring. The Monster I found this to be a rather interesting story, dealing with certain moral issues that are still being discussed and debated today. Stephen Crane. Active Service.
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