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The University of Virginia edition of the works of Stephen Crane.

Author: Stephen Crane; University of Virginia.
Publisher: Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1969-1975.
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Volume IV of "The Works of Stephen Crane" presents the romance "The O'Ruddy, " the work written by Crane but left unfinished at his death and completed b Robert Barr.


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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
Online version:
Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900.
University of Virginia edition of the works of Stephen Crane.
Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1969-1975
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: 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 Number: 590
Notes: The Mazal Holocaust Collection
Spine title: The works of Stephen Crane.
Awards: Listed in Fiction Core Collection (H.W. Wilson)
Description: 10 volumes : illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm
Contents: 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.
Other Titles: 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
Active service
Third violet
Red badge of courage
George's mother
Bowery tales


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