A Dark Brown Dog

"A Dark Brown Dog" is an unexpected Stephen Crane jewel. Crane is best known for three short stories, "The Open Boat", thought by many to be the best short story ever written;...

An Episode of War A Stephen Crane Story

"An Episode of War", which is quite short, is an unexpected Stephen Crane jewel. Crane is best known for three short stories, "The Open Boa"t, thought by many to be the best short...

An Experiment in Luxury A Stephen Crane Story

An Experiment in Luxury is the book end of all this as a young man visits his rich friend and his millionaire family. It is a conventional scene in which the young man's friend,...

The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky A Stephen Crane Story

The Bride Comes to Yellow SkyThis is the third of the best Stephen Crane short stories, with The Open Boat and The Blue Hotel being the other two. The story starts in an...

Maggie A Girl of the Streets

Maggie: A Girl of the Streets is a ground breaking novel relating to the precarious state of women in the new industrial world at the end of the nineteenth century. One blemish on...

A Dark Brown Dog

Stephen Crane writes a tragic story depicting the cycle of abuse, and the impact it has on those involved. A young boy finds a homeless dog, desperate for love, and brings him...

The Knife A Stephen Crane Story

"The Knife" is a story about temptation, a near betrayal, and then a recovery - a cycle of danger and redemption, told with Crane's ironic touch. A black man with a penchant for...

Flanagan A Short Filibustering Adventure

Flanagan: His Short Filibustering AdventureFlanagan is a story not dissimilar from The Open Boat except that the captain does in Flanagan but not in the Open Boat. Flanagan is...

Veteran, The A Stephen Crane Story

The Veteran: A Stephen Crane StoryThe Veteran featured Henry Fleming as a grand father many years after he appeared as the 18 year old Yankee first time soldier in The Red Badge...

The Five White Mice A Stephen Crane Story

The Five White Mice: A Stephen Crane StoryThe Five White Mice should be counted as one of Stephen Crane's great short stories. It has many parallels to The Bride Comes to the...

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