Stephen Crane

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United States writer (1871-1900)


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How Stephen Crane did it, however, was completely new, and it was done in a new, godless age.
Stephen Crane, The Red Badge of Courage: An Episode of the American Civil War and Four Stones, ed.
In Stephen Crane," Portraits From Life, Chicago: Gateway, 1960, 36 and 39, Ford twice refers to Crane as "poor Steevie.
General semantics, as we know it, was not taught when Stephen Crane wrote The Red Badge of Courage.
Stephen Crane, Geraint Gareth John, Ben Phillips, John Hills, Jordan Williams, Hywel Lloyd, Wil Backster and Wayne McFenton all touched down.
AUTHOR STEPHEN CRANE is nearing the end of his short life, and his wife Cora is on a fruitless mission to save him by consulting different medical specialists in several countries, to which she travels with their faithful "sad-eyed" dog Spongie in tow.
Sacked from an investment bank after one dodgy deal too many, Stephen Crane is a con artist with a dark personal secret who finds himself struggling to save a family sports car company while fending off corporate takeovers by vengeful associates in the elaborate British television production of "Chancer".
Rather than wax philosophical and cite works of writers such as Stephen Crane and Walt Whitman, both confirmed baseball devotees, Gmelch stays firmly on his pragmatic course in describing the following: the intense competition among players, the strain of having to play every day, the new work tools (i.
Etherley fully expect to field two sides tomorrow when the first team is due at Shildon where Stephen Crane, home from his honeymoon, is one of four players returning to the side.
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I read Herman Melville and Stephen Crane, and reference books, and before I start writing a novel, I always seem to go back to the children's books I read when I first discovered the enjoyment of reading, like C.
He played lovable rogue Stephen Crane, a man determined to win with absolutely nothing to lose.
However, they are not inexpensive to stock--until now, thanks to the recent change in policy by eBook Classics, which is now offering schools perpetual licenses for up to 500 titles that include such classics as "The Red Badge of Courage" by Stephen Crane, "Little Women" by Louisa May Alcott, "Night and Day" by Virginia Woolf, the works of William Shakespeare, and other books commonly found on middle and high school reading lists.
It's clear that physician assistants have become a significant part of the health care system, providing quality care in all medical specialties," indicates Stephen Crane, executive vice president and chief executive officer of AAPA.
Roy Birch (1999), and a study of British reception of The Red Badge of Courage in Stephen Crane in War and Peace, ed.