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Maggie, a girl of the streets : (a story of New York)

Auteur: Stephen Crane; Thomas A Gullason
Uitgever: New York : Norton, ©1979.
Serie: Norton critical edition.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Fictie : Engels : 1st edAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Presents an annotated edition of the nineteenth-century novel about Maggie, a beautiful tenement girl whose life takes a downward spin when she becomes involved with Pete; and includes backgrounds and sources, reviews, critical essays, and a history of the novel's composition and revision.
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Genre/Vorm: Psychological fiction
Fiction
Genoemd persoon: Stephen Crane
Genre: Fictie
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Stephen Crane; Thomas A Gullason
ISBN: 0393012220 9780393012224 0393950247 9780393950243
OCLC-nummer: 4496961
Beschrijving: xiii, 258 p. : maps ; 22 cm.
Inhoud: The text of Maggie: a girl of the streets (A story of New York) (1893) --
Background and sources: New York City locales mentioned in Maggie --
Map of Lower Manhattan --
The dangerous classes of New York / Charles Loring Brace --
The evil beast, The night sides of city life / Reverend Thomas De Witt Talmage --
How the other half lives, The children of the poor / Jacob Riis --
Civilization's inferno / Benjamin Orange Flower --
[Zola as literary model for Maggie] / Las Ahnebrink --
Stephen Crane and the American background of Maggie / Marcus Cunliffe --
[A minister, a social reformer, and Maggie] / Thomas A. Gullason --
Stephen Crane's Maggie and Darwinism / David Fitelson --
Howells' "Maggie" / Daniel Aaron --
[Maggie and the parody of popular fiction] / Eric Solomon --
The author and the novel: Birth notices, letters and inscriptions: the 1893 Maggie: The real Stephen Crane / Frank W. Noxon --
The launching of Stephen Crane / Willis Fletcher Johnson --
Howells discussed at Avon-by-the-sea, The broken-down van, Summer dwellings at Asbury Park and their doings, Letters and inscriptions / Stephen Crane --
Rebirth and revisions: The 1896 Maggie --
letters / Stephen Crane --
Contemporary reviews: American reviews: 1893: Port Jervis [New York] Union --
An ambitious French novel and a modest American story / Hamlin Garland --
The author-artist will soon issue a book --
Stephen Crane's "Maggie" --
The Bookman [New York] --
The justification of slum stories / Chelifer [Rupert Hughes] --
American reviews: 1896: New York Tribune --
The Nation --
Stephen Crane's stories of life in the slums: Maggie and George's mother / Frank Norris --
A melodrama of the streets / Edward Bright --
New York low life in fiction / William Dean Howells --
English reviews: 1896 : The Bookman [London] --
The Athenaeum --
Another view of "Maggie" / H. G. Wells --
Novels of American life --
Criticism: [Crane's art in Maggie] / John Berryman --
[Hallucination and hysteria in Maggie] / Charles Child Walcutt --
New Testament inversions in Crane's Maggie / William Bysshe Stein --
Ironic and symbolic structure in Crane's Maggie / Joseph X. Brennan --
The structure of Crane's Maggie / Janet Overmyer --
Stephen Crane's Maggie and American naturalism / Donald Pizer --
[Art and compromise: the 1893 and the 1896 Maggie] / Joseph Katz --
[Maggie as a three-act drama] / Eric Solomon --
[Maggie and satire] / Jay Martin --
[The flawed Maggie] / Donald B. Gibson --
[Lapses and craft in Crane's Maggie] / Arno Karlen --
Color imagery in Crane's Maggie: A girl of the streets / Katherine G. Simoneaux --
[The framework of Maggie] / Frank Bergon --
Maggie's "Last night": authorial design and editorial patching / Hershel Parker and Brian Higgins --
Tragedy and melodrama in Stephen Crane's Maggie / Thomas A. Gullason.
Serietitel: Norton critical edition.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Stephen Crane ; an authoritative text, backgrounds and sources, the author and the novel, reviews and criticism, edited by Thomas A. Gullason.

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Presents an annotated edition of the nineteenth-century novel about Maggie, a beautiful tenement girl whose life takes a downward spin when she becomes involved with Pete; and includes backgrounds and sources, reviews, critical essays, and a history of the novel's composition and revision.

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