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Stephen Crane in transition : centenary essays

Autor: Joseph Katz
Verlag: DeKalb : Northern Illinois University Press, ©1972.
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"I go through the world unexplained," Stephen Crane once remarked, and so far that is still true. In the iconography of American literary history, he continues to be the archetypical boy artist whose untutored genius produced a few superb things before he was crushed by a society hostile to what it could not understand. It is an illusion, of course, but this is the picture of Stephen Crane that developed in his own  Weiterlesen…
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Gattung/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Name: Stephen Crane; Stephen Crane; Stephen Crane; Stephen Crane
Dokumenttyp Buch
Alle Autoren: Joseph Katz
ISBN: 0875800327 9780875800325
OCLC-Nummer: 409621
Beschreibung: xiii, 247 pages ; 21 cm
Inhalt: Stephen Crane : journalist / Bernard Weinstein --
"George's Mother" and the other half of "Maggie" / Marston LaFrance --
"The Red Badge of Courage" : the 'religion of peace' and the war archetype / Jean Cazemajou --
'Sadder than the end' : another look at "The Open Boat" / E.R. Hagemann --
Whilomville : the coherence of radical language / Max Westbrook --
"The Third Violet," "Active Service," and "The O'Ruddy" : Stephen Crane's potboilers / Lillian B. Gilkes --
Stephen Crane : style as invention / James B. Colvert --
Stephen Crane as a collector's item / Matthew J. Bruccoli --
Theodore Dreiser and Stephen Crane : studies in a literary relationship / Joseph Katz.
Verfasserangabe: edited, with an introduction and afterword, by Joseph Katz.

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"I go through the world unexplained," Stephen Crane once remarked, and so far that is still true. In the iconography of American literary history, he continues to be the archetypical boy artist whose untutored genius produced a few superb things before he was crushed by a society hostile to what it could not understand. It is an illusion, of course, but this is the picture of Stephen Crane that developed in his own time and prevails in ours. The essays in this book, published to mark the one hundredth anniversary of Crane's birth, allow Crane studies to reveal the transition of Stephen Crane from a legendary figure to a comprehendible author, a serious artist who drew from the tradition and contributed to it.

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