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The Resource The red badge of courage : ; Maggie, a girl of the streets ; and, other selected writings : complete texts with introduction, historical contexts, critical essays, Stephen Crane ; edited by Phyllis Frus, Stanley Corkin

The red badge of courage : ; Maggie, a girl of the streets ; and, other selected writings : complete texts with introduction, historical contexts, critical essays, Stephen Crane ; edited by Phyllis Frus, Stanley Corkin

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The red badge of courage : ; Maggie, a girl of the streets ; and, other selected writings : complete texts with introduction, historical contexts, critical essays
Title
The red badge of courage
Title remainder
; Maggie, a girl of the streets ; and, other selected writings : complete texts with introduction, historical contexts, critical essays
Statement of responsibility
Stephen Crane ; edited by Phyllis Frus, Stanley Corkin
Title variation
Red badge of courage ; Maggie, a girl of the streets, and other selected writings
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Presents Stephen Crane's Civil War novel "The Red Badge of Courage," his story "Maggie: A Girl of the Streets," and other stories by the nineteenth-century American author; and includes more than twenty contemporary documents that provide context on the works' settings and themes
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DLC
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1871-1900
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Crane, Stephen
Dewey number
813/.4
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS1449.C85
LC item number
A6 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Frus, Phyllis
  • Corkin, Stanley
Series statement
New Riverside editions
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  • Crane, Stephen
  • United States
  • United States
Label
The red badge of courage : ; Maggie, a girl of the streets ; and, other selected writings : complete texts with introduction, historical contexts, critical essays, Stephen Crane ; edited by Phyllis Frus, Stanley Corkin
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 467-474)
Contents
  • part 1. The intellectual and material world of Stephen Crane -- The historical and cultural contexts of Stephen Crane -- from First principles / Herbert Spencer -- The gospel of wealth / Andrew Carnegie -- from Thirty years of labor : 1859-1889 / Terence V. Powderly -- from Seventy years of life and labor : an autobiography / Samuel Gompers -- from Nature and man in America / Nathaniel Southgate Shaler -- The restriction of immigration / Henry Cabot Lodge -- Strivings of the negro people / W.E.B. DuBois -- from A red record / Ida B. Wells-Barnett -- The editor's study / William Dean Howells -- Stephen Crane / Hamlin Garland --
  • part 2. Maggie's world -- Maggie: a girl of the streets, a story of New York -- An experiment in misery -- The men in the storm -- Urban life and reform in the late nineteenth century -- Change of base / Mrs. M.H. Crane -- from How the other half lives : studies among the tenements of New York / Jacob A. Riis -- from The spirit of youth and the city streets / Jane Addams -- The bowery mission / Theodore Dreiser -- How not to help our poorer brothers / Theodore Roosevelt --
  • part 3. Imagining the Civil War -- The red badge of courage: an episode of the American Civil War -- A mystery of heroism -- The veteran -- An episode of war -- The civil war remembered -- from Battles and leaders of the Civil War: When Stonewall Jackson turned our right / John L. Collins ; Hooker's comments on Chancellorsville / Samuel P. Bates -- from Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty / John William DeForest -- Killed at Resaca / Ambrose Bierce -- The private history of a campaign that failed / Mark Twain --
  • part 4. "The open boat" and other writings of the Spanish-American war -- Stephen Crane's own story -- The open boat -- Stephen Crane's vivid story of the Battle of San Juan -- Marines signalling under fire at Guantanamo -- The monster -- The upturned face -- Approaching the American century -- The strenuous life / Theodore Roosevelt -- from The war with Spain / Henry Cabot Lodge -- from To the person sitting in darkness / Mark Twain -- To Manuel Mercado / José Martí -- Our war correspondents in Cuba and Puerto Rico / Richard Harding Davis -- How Stephen Crane took Juana Diaz / Richard Harding Davis -- from News gathering at Key West / Frank Norris
Control code
ocm43416580
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
474 p.
Isbn
9780395980743
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
99071994
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o43416580
  • (OCoLC)43416580
Label
The red badge of courage : ; Maggie, a girl of the streets ; and, other selected writings : complete texts with introduction, historical contexts, critical essays, Stephen Crane ; edited by Phyllis Frus, Stanley Corkin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 467-474)
Contents
  • part 1. The intellectual and material world of Stephen Crane -- The historical and cultural contexts of Stephen Crane -- from First principles / Herbert Spencer -- The gospel of wealth / Andrew Carnegie -- from Thirty years of labor : 1859-1889 / Terence V. Powderly -- from Seventy years of life and labor : an autobiography / Samuel Gompers -- from Nature and man in America / Nathaniel Southgate Shaler -- The restriction of immigration / Henry Cabot Lodge -- Strivings of the negro people / W.E.B. DuBois -- from A red record / Ida B. Wells-Barnett -- The editor's study / William Dean Howells -- Stephen Crane / Hamlin Garland --
  • part 2. Maggie's world -- Maggie: a girl of the streets, a story of New York -- An experiment in misery -- The men in the storm -- Urban life and reform in the late nineteenth century -- Change of base / Mrs. M.H. Crane -- from How the other half lives : studies among the tenements of New York / Jacob A. Riis -- from The spirit of youth and the city streets / Jane Addams -- The bowery mission / Theodore Dreiser -- How not to help our poorer brothers / Theodore Roosevelt --
  • part 3. Imagining the Civil War -- The red badge of courage: an episode of the American Civil War -- A mystery of heroism -- The veteran -- An episode of war -- The civil war remembered -- from Battles and leaders of the Civil War: When Stonewall Jackson turned our right / John L. Collins ; Hooker's comments on Chancellorsville / Samuel P. Bates -- from Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty / John William DeForest -- Killed at Resaca / Ambrose Bierce -- The private history of a campaign that failed / Mark Twain --
  • part 4. "The open boat" and other writings of the Spanish-American war -- Stephen Crane's own story -- The open boat -- Stephen Crane's vivid story of the Battle of San Juan -- Marines signalling under fire at Guantanamo -- The monster -- The upturned face -- Approaching the American century -- The strenuous life / Theodore Roosevelt -- from The war with Spain / Henry Cabot Lodge -- from To the person sitting in darkness / Mark Twain -- To Manuel Mercado / José Martí -- Our war correspondents in Cuba and Puerto Rico / Richard Harding Davis -- How Stephen Crane took Juana Diaz / Richard Harding Davis -- from News gathering at Key West / Frank Norris
Control code
ocm43416580
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
474 p.
Isbn
9780395980743
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
99071994
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o43416580
  • (OCoLC)43416580

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