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Stephen Crane

Stephen Crane was an author in the 1800s. Although he only lived to be 28 years old, he penned five published novels, along with other poems and short stories.


The Red Badge of Courage follows a young Union soldier, Henry Fleming, through his experiences during the American Civil War.
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\n. \nsarcasm. The poem is ironic. . The losses of war are depicted in the three main stanzas, highlighting the loss, fear and pain that comes from war... and the two choruses first suggest the glory of war but end in an ironic tone.  . Crane is trying to show the futility of war by saying it is...
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"A Mystery of Heroism" was Stephen Crane's first published story about war. In this story, a young soldier named Fred Collins must grapple with his previously conceived definitions of heroism. As the story opens, a battle in an unnamed war is raging all around Fred. Two armies are in the midst of a...
Impressionism present the impressions an object makes upon him rather than realistic version of the object itself. Some examples: Crane characterized his people by giving an impression of a loud soldier, a tall soldier, cheerful soldier and etc. A river is "amber-tinted' in the early morning....
Plot Summary. The Red Badge of Courage consists of twenty-four chapters which follow the protagonist, young Henry Fleming, through his experience as a Union Army private during the American Civil War. The book can be organized into three parts: Part One, consisting of Chapters I through VI,...
it is that you will always find a person in your life who enjoins other people suffering. (DAD towards his family) CHACHA... wrong website..lol
The full question is: What does slice up mean in The Red Badge of Courage But the enemywere quick to gain the protection of the wandering line of fenceThey slid down behind it with remarkable celerity and from thisposition they began briskly to slice up the blue men? Slice up means to kill, or "cut...
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He worked as a war correspondent in the Spanish-American War.
Uncaring describes the reaction of the universe to the man'sassertion in A Man Said to the Universe by Stephen Crane.
Stephen Crane was born on November 1, 1871.
Stephen Crane was born on November 1, 1871.
The setting of "A Dark Brown Dog" is primarily the tenementbuilding where the boy, his family, and the dog live.
it displays the focus on an objective description of a characters environment and how that character reacts to the environment typical of a naturalist writer
Uncaring describes the reaction of the universe to the man'sassertion in A Man Said to the Universe by Stephen Crane.
In this very short Stephen Crane story, an army officer is shot in the arm by a sniper during the US Civil War, and is sent to the field hospital. On his way there, he observes the details of war around him, seemingly for the first time. (Read the story at the related link below)
Irony- the expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or empathetic effect. War is not kind. It hurts ones we love.
In just listen, the moral of the story is honesty and telling the truth. Owen is brutally honest even of it hurts people. Annabel, can't seem to be hornet with herself and she does not seem to admit to herself that she was raped at a party. Owen finally gets it out of her and she was finally being...
Episode of War by Stephen Crane is primarily about how soldiersdeal with a wounded comrade. The book is a work of fiction and waspublished in 2009 by HarperCollins.
The point of view in Stephen Crane's Episode of War is third personlimited. Everything is told from the point of view of thelieutenant.
The novel Episode of War by Stephen Crane is about theinsignificance of humanity. The main idea shows that the biggerpicture is life itself and that the human race is but a glimpse ofwhat the universe holds.
There are two themes here: the naturalistism and the realism.
Crane means by his metaphors of bricks and temples
the exposition would be the description of the sea, the men in the boat, and their situation. The exposition is where the writer tells the reader what is going on.
Stephen Crane was born on November 1, 1871 and died on June 5, 1900. Stephen Crane would have been 28 years old at the time of death or 143 years old today.
Stephen Crane died on June 5, 1900 at the age of 28.
The cheery soldier represents an angel (Henry cannot verify that it is actually a person), and Jim Conklin stands for J.C.-Jesus Christ. Stephen Crane was largely influenced by his religious parents as a child.
The setting of A Dark Brown Dog is not exactly made clear. Usingcontext clues, it is determined the setting is in the South afterthe Civil War.
The courage of officers in battle is the theme.
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It was believed that the more educated the slaves became, the lessthey were satisfied with working the land. This did not work wellfor the slave owners.
The statement that would best describe the reason an episode of warby Stephen Crane would be that it portrays life as it really is.
Readers might become more sympathetic to the effects of war..
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You could use serious as an adjective to describe the story "AnEpisode of War" by Stephen Crane. You could also use gloomy.
Stephen Crane is actually associated with three different literary movements- literary realism, naturalism, and impressionism. One could say he is most associated with the "realism" AND "naturalism" movements, as "naturalism" is a more specified movement within the "realism" movement.
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Stephen Crane died on June 5, 1900 at the age of 28.
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Stephen Crane's novel The Red Badge of Courage was publishedin 1895, and is based partly on the story of the Union infantry atthe Battle of Chancellorsville (April-May 1863). Crane's fictional304th New York Infantry is likely based on the 124th New YorkVolunteer Infantry Regiment, which fought in...
Stephen Crane was an innovative writer in the late 1800s. He wrote notable works in the Realist tradition, and early examples of American Naturalism and Impressionism. He first book, Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, is considered to be the first work of American literary Naturalism.
Around 1897 Crane married Cora Taylor, who ran a brothel in Florida. His marriage, coupled with his unorthodox personality, aroused scandalous rumors, including those that he was a drug addict and a satanist. Because of this slander Crane spent his last years abroad; he died of tuberculosis in...
Stephen Crane started writing when he was 8
A man said to the universe: "Sir, I exist!" "However," replied the universe, "The fact has not created in me a sense of obligation" "Every sin is the result of collaboration" "When the gods wish to punish us, they answer our prayers."
Irony. Crane seems to almost be mocking the young private: "He, the lightened man who looks afar in the dark, had fled because of his superior perceptions and knowledge" (46).
The Red Badge of Courage never won an award as a film. In the 1951 film versionis was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Film from Any Source, but it did not win. Then in 1974 the made for television version was also nominated by the American Cinema Editors for Best Editing of a Television...
No Stephen Crane was never in the military.
The Red Badge of Courage , first published in 1895. The story is set in the Civil War.
Claverack College and Hudson River Institute. Columbia County in New York.
The mistreatment of the poor in the urban industrial society. BAM.
Man vs Nature The universe is insensitive to the want and needs of any individual.
Man against nature. Will the occupants of the open boat make it to land and survive.
The famous author of the historical US Civil War novel of The RedBadge of Courage was born in Newark, New Jersey.
an example of realism in the stort story is when the the General looses his arm the narrative tells the story the way it happened. It was very real.
In Stephen Cranes life he wrote over 100 different novels one ofthem is The Red Badge Of Courage
A child, a dog, and the child's parents are the characters in "ADark Brown Dog" by Stephen Crane.
The main theme of A Dark Brown Dog is that it represented howslaves were adjusting to getting new found freedom. the fatherrepresents the people who were unhappy about slaves being free, andi have no idea what the kid is.