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著者: Stephen Crane; University of Virginia.
出版: Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1969-1975.
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Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900.
University of Virginia edition of the works of Stephen Crane.
Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1969-1975
(OCoLC)573259208
Online version:
Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900.
University of Virginia edition of the works of Stephen Crane.
Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1969-1975
(OCoLC)608583474
資料の種類: Fiction
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Stephen Crane; University of Virginia.
ISBN: 0813902584 9780813902586 0813905141 9780813905143 0813906660 9780813906669 0813903416 9780813903415 0813903025 9780813903026 0813902940 9780813902944 0813902592 9780813902593 0813904056 9780813904054 0813903424 9780813903422 0813906105 9780813906102
OCLC No.: 590
注記: Half title; each vol. has also special t.p.
Title on spine: The works of Stephen Crane.
受賞歴: Listed in Fiction Core Collection (H.W. Wilson)
形態 10 v. : ill., ports. ; 25 cm.
コンテンツ: v. 1. Bowery tales: Maggie. George's mother.--v. 2. The red badge of courage.--v. 3. The third violet. Active service.--v. 4. The O'Ruddy.--v. 5. Tales of adventure.--v. 6. Tales of war.--v. 7. Tales of Whilomville: The monster. His new mittens. Whilomville stories.--v. 8. Tales, sketches, and reports.--v. 9. Reports of war: War dispatches. Great battles of the world.--v. 10. Poems and literary remains. v. 1. Bowery Tales --
Maggie : a girl of the streets --
Introduction / James B. Colvert --
Textual introduction / Fredson Bowers --
An appreciation / William Dean Howells --
George's mother --
Introduction / James B. Colvert --
Textual introduction / Fredson Bowers --
v. 2. The red badge of courage --
Discarded chapter XII --
Early draft manuscript --
The text : history and analysis / Fredson Bowers --
v. 3. The third violet. Active service --
Introduction / J. C. Levenson --
The third violet --
Active service --
The text : history and analysis / Fredson Bowers --
v. 4. The O'Ruddy --
Introduction / J. C. Levenson --
The O'Ruddy --
The text : history and analysis / Fredson Bowers --
v. 5. Tales of adventure --
Foreword --
Introduction / J. C. Levenson --
Textual introduction / Fredson Bowers --
The pace of youth --
One dash : horses --
The wise men : a detail of American life in Mexico --
The five white mice --
A man and some others --
The open boat --
Flanagan and his short filibustering adventure --
The bride comes to Yellow Sky --
Death and the child --
The blue hotel --
Twelve o' clock --
Moonlight on the snow --
A poker game --
v. 6. Tales of war --
Foreword --
Introduction / James B. Colvert --
Textual introduction / Fredson Bowers --
The little regiment --
Three miraculous soldiers --
A mystery of heroism --
An Indiana campaign --
A grey sleeve --
The veteran --
An episode of war --
Wounds in the rain --
The price of the harness --
The lone charge of William B. 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" --
v. 7. Tales of Whilomville --
Foreword --
Introduction / J. C. Levenson --
"The monster" --
Textual introduction / Fredson Bowers --
"His new mittens" --
Textual introduction / Fredson Bowers --
Whilomville stories --
Textual introduction / Fredson Bowers --
The angel-child --
Lynx-hunting --
The lover and the tell-tale --
"Showin' off" --
Making an orator --
Shame --
The carriage-lamps --
The knife --
The stove --
The trial, execution, and burial of Homer Phelps --
The fight --
The city urchin and the chaste villagers --
The little pilgrim --
v. 8. Tales, sketches, and reports --
Foreword --
Introduction / Edwin H. Cady --
I. Tales and sketches. Uncle Jake and the bell-handle --
Greed rampant --
The captain --
The reluctant voyagers --
Why did the young clerk swear? --
At Clancy's wake --
Some hints for play-makers --
An ominous baby --
A great mistake --
A dark-brown dog --
An excursion ticket --
The snake --
Stories told by an artist --
The silver pageant --
A desertion --
Notebook draft --
A Christmas dinner won in battle --
The voice of the mountain --
How the donkey lifted the hills --
The victory of the moon --
The judgment of the sage --
Art in Kansas City --
A tale of mere chance --
The camel --
A freight car incident --
A prologue --
A yellow under-sized dog --
A detail --
Early draft --
Diamonds and diamonds --
The auction --
A man by the name of Mud --
A self-made man --
At the pit door. --
Tales of the Wyoming Valley: The Battle of Forty Fort --
The surrender of Forty Fort --
"Ol' Bennet" and the indians --
An illusion in red and white --
Manacled --
The ghost --
The man from Duluth --
The squire's madness. --
II. Sketches. --
Sullivan County sketches: The last of the Mohicans --
Hunting wild hogs --
The last panther --
Not much of a hero --
Sullivan County bears --
The way in Sullivan County --
A reminiscence of indian war --
Four men in a cave --
The octopush --
Early draft --
Manuscript fragments --
Bear and panther --
A ghoul's accountant --
The black dog --
Two men and a bear --
Killing his bear --
A tent in agony --
The cry of a huckleberry pudding --
The holler tree --
An explosion of seven babies --
The mesmeric mountain. --
New York City sketches. The broken down van --
A night at the millionaire's club --
An experiment in misery --
The experiment in luxury --
Sailing day scenes --
Mr. 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. Nebraska's bitter fight for life --
Seen at Hot Springs --
Grand opera in New Orleans --
The City of Mexico --
The Viga Canal --
The Mexican lower classes --
Stephen Crane in Mexico (I) --
Free silver down in Mexico --
Stephen Crane in Mexico (II) --
A jag of pulque is heavy --
The fete of Mardi Gras --
Hats, shirts, and spurs in Mexico --
Stephen Crane in Texas --
Galveston, Texas, in 1895. --
Irish Sketches. Queenstown --
Ballydehob --
The royal Irish constabulary --
A fishing village --
An old man goes wooing. --
III. Reports. News from Asbury Park. Avon seaside assembly --
Avon's school by the sea --
Biology at Avon-by-the-Sea --
Howells discussed at Avon-by-the-sea --
Meetings begun at Ocean Grove --
Crowding into Asbury Park --
Joys of seaside life --
Summer dwellers at Asbury Park and their doings --
On the boardwalk --
Along the Shark River --
Parades and entertainments --
The Seaside assembly's work at Avon --
The Seaside assembly (II) --
The Seaside hotel hop. Possible attributions. Mr. Yatman's conversions --
A prosperous year at Asbury Park --
Workers at Ocean Grove --
Joys of the Jersey Coast --
Lightning's pranks at Asbury Park --
Guests at Avon-by-the-Sea --
Throngs at Asbury Park --
High tide at Ocean Grove --
The babies on parade at Asbury Park --
"Pinafore" at Asbury Park --
Asbury Park --
Asbury Park's big broad walk --
Improvements at Ocean Grove --
Lightning on the Jersey Coast --
Arriving at Ocean Grove --
Statuary at Asbury Park --
Improvements at Avon-by-the-Sea --
On the banks of Shark River --
All open in spite of Mr. Bradley --
The Seaside assembly (I) --
A baby parade on the board walk --
The guests rose to the occasion --
Art at Avon-by-the-sea --
Flowers at Asbury Park --
A multitude of guests at Asbury Park --
Baby parade at Asbury Park --
Summer athletic sports at Asbury Park --
The height of the season at Asbury Park. News, commentary, and descriptions. Henry M. Stanley --
Baseball --
The king's favor --
A foreign policy, in three glimpses --
Great bugs in Onondaga --
The wreck of the new era --
Across the covered pit --
The gratitude of the nation --
In the depths of a coal mine --
First draft --
Pike County puzzle --
Howells fears the realists must wait --
Ghosts on the Jersey Coast --
Miss Louise Gerard, soprano --
The ghostly sphinx of Metedeconk --
Six years afloat --
Asbury Park as seen by Stephen Crane --
Adventures of a novelist --
Manuscript fragment --
Typescript --
The devil's acre --
Harvard University against the Carlisle Indians --
How Princeton met Harvard at Cambridge --
A birthday word from novelist Stephen Crane --
Ouida's masterpiece --
New invasion of Britain --
London impressions --
The european letters --
How the Afridis made a Ziarat --
Harold Frederic --
Concerning the English "Academy" --
The blood of a martyr --
The scotch express --
France's would-be hero --
"If the cup once gets over here--" --
Stephen Crane says: Edwin Markham is his first choice for the American academy. --
Possible attributions. London's firemen fall from grace --
England a land of anxious mothers --
The text : history and analysis / Fredson Bowers --
v. 9. Reports of war --
Foreword --
Introduction / James B. Colvert --
War dispatches. Greece --
An impression of the "Concert" --
The spirit of the Greek people --
Stephen Crane says Greeks cannot be curbed --
Greek war correspondents --
(I) Crane at Velestino --
(II) Stephen Crane at Velestino --
A fragment of Velestino --
The blue badge of cowardice --
Yale man arrested --
The dogs of war --
Stephen Crane tells of war's horrors --
Greeks waiting at Thermopylae --
My talk with "Soldiers Six" --
The man in the white hat --
A portrait of Smolenski --
The eastern question --
The Turkish army. Florida. Stephen Crane's own story --
The filibustering industry. --
Cuba. The terrible captain of the captured Panama --
Sampson inspects harbor at Mariel --
Inaction deteriorates the Key West fleet --
Stephen Crane's pen-picture of C. H. Thrall --
With the blockade on the Cuban Coast --
Sayings of the turret Jacks in our blockading fleets --
Hayti and San Domingo favor the United States --
Narrow escape of the three friends --
How Sampson closed his trap --
Chased by a big "Spanish man-o'-war" --
In the first land fight four of our men are killed --
Only mutilated by bullets --
Crane tells the story of the disembarkment --
The Red Badge of Courage was his wig-wag flag --
Stephen Crane at the front of the world --
Roosevelt's Rough Riders' loss due to a gallant blunder --
Hunger has made Cubans fatalists --
Pando hurrying to Santiago --
Artillery duel was fiercely fought on both sides --
Night attack on the Marines and a brave rescue --
Stephen Crane's vivid story of the Battle of San Juan --
Spanish deserters among the refugees at El Caney --
Captured Mausers for volunteers --
Regulars get no glory --
A soldier's burial that made a native holiday --
Grand Rapids and Ponce --
The Porto Rican "Straddle" --
Havana's hate dying, says Stephen Crane --
Stephen Crane sees free Cuba --
Stephen Crane fears no Blanco --
Stephen Crane's views of Havana --
The grocer blockade --
Americans and beggars in Cuba --
Memoirs of a Private --
The Private's story --
Stephen Crane makes observations in Cuba's capital --
How they leave Cuba --
Stephen Crane in Havana --
How they court in Cuba --
Stephen Crane on Havana --
"You Must!" "We Can't!" --
Mr. Crane, of Havana --
Spaniards two --
In Havana as it is to-day --
Our sad need of diplomats --
Mr. Stephen Crane on New America --
How Americans make war. --
England. 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. --
Imogene Carter. War seen through a woman's eyes --
Woman correspondent at the front --
Imogene Carter's adventure at Faisal --
Imogene Carter's pen picture of the fighting at Velestino --
Manuscript notes. --
Great battles of the world. The brief campaign against New Orleans --
The storming of Badajoz --
The siege of Plevna --
The battle of Bunker Hill --
"Vittoria" --
A Swede's campaign in Germany: Leipzig ; Lutzen --
The battle of Solferino --
The storming of Burkersdorf Heights --
The text : history and analysis / Fredson Bowers --
v. 10. Poems and literary remains --
Foreword --
Introduction / James B. Colvert. Poems. Black riders and other lines. Black riders came from the sea --
Three little birds in a row --
In the desert --
Yes, I have a thousand tongues --
Once there came a man --
God fashioned the ship of the world carefully --
Mystic shadow, bending near me --
I looked here --
I stood upon a high place --
Should the wide world roll away --
In a lonely place --
Well, then, I hate Thee, unrighteous picture --
If there is a witness to my little life --
There was crimson clash of war --
"Tell brave deeds of war" --
Charity, thou art a lie --
There were many who went in huddled procession --
In Heaven --
A god in wrath --
A learned man came to me once --
There was, before me --
Once I saw mountains angry --
Places among the stars --
I saw a man pursuing the horizon --
Behold, the grave of a wicked man --
There was set before me a mighty hill --
A youth in apparel that glittered --
"Truth," said a traveller --
Behold, from the land of the farther suns --
Supposing that I should have the courage --
Many workmen --
Two of three angels --
There was One I met upon the road --
I stood upon a highway --
A man saw a ball of gold in the sky --
I met a seer --
On the horizon the peaks assembled --
The ocean said to me once --
The livid lightings flashed in the clouds --
And you love me? --
Love walked alone --
I walked in a desert --
There came whisperings in the winds --
I was in the darkness --
Tradition, thou art for suckling children --
Many red devils ran from my heart --
"Think as I think," said a man --
Once there was a man --
I stood musing in a black world --
You say you are holy --
A man went before a strange god --
Why do you strive for greatness, fool? --
Blustering god --
"It was wrong to do this" said the angel --
A man toiled on the burning road --
A man feared that he might find an assassin --
With eye and gesture --
The sage lectured brilliantly --
Walking in the sky --
Upon the road of my life --
There was a man and a woman --
There was a man who lived a life of fire --
There was a great cathedral --
Friend, your white beard sweeps the ground --
Once, I knew a fine song --
If I should cast off this tattered coat --
God lay dead in Heaven --
A spirit sped. --
War is kind. Do not weep, maiden, for war is kind --
"What says the sea, little shell? --
To the maiden --
A little ink more or less! --
"Have you ever made a just man?" --
I explain the silvered passing of a ship at night --
"I have heard the sunset song of the birches --
Fast rode the night --
Forth went the candid man --
You tell me this is God? --
On the desert --
A newspaper is a collection of half-injustices --
The wayfarer --
A slant of sun on dull brown walls --
Once a man clambering to the house-tops --
There was a man with a tongue of wood --
The successful man has thrust himself --
In the night --
The chatter of a death-demon from a tree-top --
The impact of a dollar upon the heart --
A man said to the universe --
When the prophet, a complacent fat man --
There was a land where lived no violets --
There was one I met upon the road --
Aye, workman, make me a dream --
Each small gleam was a voice --
The trees in the garden rained flowers --
"Intrigue": Thou art my love --
"Intrigue": Love forgive me if I wish you grief --
"Intrigue": Ah, God the way your little finger moved --
"Intrigue": Once I saw thee idly rocking --
"Intrigue": Tell me why, behind thee --
"Intrigue": And yet I have seen thee happy with me --
"Intrigue": I heard thee laugh --
"Intrigue": I wonder if sometimes in the dusk --
"Intrigue": Love met me at noonday --
"Intrigue": I have seen thy face aflame. --
Uncollected poems. "I'd Rather Have__": Last Christmas they gave me a sweater --
Ah, haggard purse, why ope thy mouth --
Little birds of the night --
A god came to a man --
One came from the skies --
There is a grey thing that lives in the tree-tops --
Intermingled --
A soldier, young in years, young in ambitions --
A row of thick pillars --
Chant you loud of punishments --
If you would seek a friend among men --
A lad and a maid at a curve in the stream --
"Legends": A man builded a bugle for the storms to blow --
"Legends": When the suicide arrived at the sky --
"Legends": A man said: "Thou tree!" --
"Legends": A warrior stood upon a peak and defied the stars --
"Legends": The wind that waves the blossoms --
Oh, a rare old wine ye brewed for me --
Tell me not in joyous numbers --
When a people reach the top of a hill --
A man adrift on a slim spar --
There exists the eternal fact of conflict --
On the brown trail --
Rumbling, buzzing, turning, whirling, Wheels --
"The Battle Hymn": All-feeling God, hear in the war-night --
Unwind my riddle --
A naked woman and a dead dwarf --
A grey and boiling street --
Bottles and bottles and bottles --
The patent of a lord --
My cross! Literary remains. [Notes on Madame Alberti] --
[The Twelfth Cavalry and the Indian Wars] --
[Mr. Richard Edgemont Sharp] --
"Jack" --
[A small black and white and tan hound] --
[Apache crossing] --
[In the country of rhymers and writers] --
The camera in a compromising position --
[Listen oh man-with-a-gigantic-nerve] --
[Hearken, hearken, oh, man-with-a-copper-stomach] --
A flurry of condensed milk --
A desertion --
[Gustave and Marie] --
Literary notes --
In brief --
[Matinee girls] --
[Little heap of matches] --
[Sixth Avenue] --
[A mournful old building] --
[The toy shop] --
[Mexican sketch] --
[Frankly I do not consider] --
[He told me all he knew] --
Dan Emmonds --
[During a session of Congress] --
[The right of arrest] --
[New York boarding house tale] --
[Church parade] --
[And his name shall be called under truth] --
[Play set in a French tavern] --
Things Stephen says --
[Spanish-American war play] --
Plans for a new novel --
Plans for story --
The fire-tribe and the pale-face : play --
The fire-tribe and the white-face : Spitzbergen tale --
Appendixes. Poems. The text : history and analysis / Fredson Bowers --
Apparatus. --
Literary Remains --
The text : history and analysis / Fredson Bowers --
Apparatus to use in Stephens life --
Addenda to Volume VIII. Tales and sketches. How the ocean was formed --
New York City sketches. Kellar turns medium.
他のタイトル: Works.
Works of Stephen Crane
Poems and literary remains
Great battles of the world
Reports of war
Tales, sketches and reports
His new mittens
Tales of Whilomville:
Tales of adventure
O'Ruddy
Active service
Third violet
Red badge of courage
George's mother
Bowery tales

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