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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900.,
    • Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900 -- Influence.,
    • Journalism and literature -- United States -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Journalism and literature -- United States -- History -- 20th century.,
    • American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [211]-[241]) and index.

      StatementMichael Robertson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS1449.C85 Z822 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 253 p. :
      Number of Pages253
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL669235M
      ISBN 100231109687, 0231109695
      LC Control Number97015068

      Stephen Crane. COMMENTARY. Portrait of three artists as a young man. A short life, a popular reputation resting on one slim novel—and a gigantic influence on modern writers. In his twenty-eight and a half years, Stephen Crane crammed an awful lot of work into different literary forms, most of it still worth reading more than a century later. Find other suggested reading resources that contain additional analysis of The Open Boat and Stephen Crane to help you get a deeper understanding of The Open Boat. by Literature Title Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature. Columbia UP, Sorrentino, Paul.


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This is the first critical study of Stephen Crane's nonfiction work -- his urban reportage, travel writing, and war correspondence.

Going beyond biography and literary criticism to trace a literary revolution that is a resonating strain in the genealogy of modern American literature, Robertson reveals the broad climate of change that had begun to blur the line between nonfiction writing and Cited by: This is the first critical study of Stephen Crane's nonfiction work—his urban reportage, travel writing, and war correspondence.

Going beyond biography and literary criticism to trace a literary revolution that is a resonating strain in the genealogy of modern American literature, Robertson reveals the broad climate of change that had begun to blur the line between nonfiction writing and Price: $   This is the first critical study of Stephen Crane's nonfiction work -- his urban reportage, travel writing, and war correspondence.

Going beyond biography and literary criticism to trace a literary revolution that is a resonating strain in the genealogy of modern American literature, Robertson reveals the broad climate of change that had begun to blur the line between/5.

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Everyday low 5/5(1). Crane continued to write prolifically until his life was cut short, a victim of tuberculosis at the age of He died in sanitorium in Germany's Black Fores on June 5, Visit American Literature's American History, Civil War Stories, and the African American Library for other important historical documents and figures which helped shape.

Stephen Crane’s Blue Badge of Courage. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, Robertson, Michael. Stephen Crane: Journalism and the Making of Modern American Literature. Stephen Crane, American novelist, poet, and short-story writer, best known for his novels Maggie: A Girl of the Streets () and The Red Badge of Courage () and the short stories “The Open Boat,” “The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky,” and “The Blue Hotel.” Stephen’s father, Jonathan Crane.

Michael Robertson notes in Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature that, while “Crane’s general Stephen Crane to race is remarkable,” this sketch is one Stephen Crane his few New York pieces that specifically mentions ethnicity: “the two central characters’ Italian speech is used to emphasize the threatening nature.

Robertson, Michael, Stephen Crane: Journalism and the Making of Modern American Literature, Columbia University Press, Schaefer, Michael W., A Reader's Guide to the Short Stories of Stephen Crane, G. Hall (New York City), Short Story Criticism, Gale, Volume 7, First published inwhen Stephen Crane was only twenty-one years old, Maggie is the harrowing tale of a young woman’s fall into prostitution and destitution in New York City’s notorious Bowery slum.

In dazzlingly vivid prose and with a sexual candour remarkable for his day, Crane depicts an urban sub-culture awash with alcohol and patrolled by the swaggering gangland “tough.”. It will stand for the foreseeable future as the definitive account of Crane's life.

(Michael Robertson, author of Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature) Sorrentino’s authoritative and sympathetic portrait revives a ‘bohemian rebel’ and prolific, groundbreaking writer. (Kirkus Reviews )Reviews: 4. Robertson, Michael. Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature.

New York: Columbia University Press, pp. $ The intersection between journalism and literature has always been interesting terrain-elusively indistinct, difficult to define, often the subject of territorial disputes. Stephen Crane's short, compact life -- 'a life of fire,' he called it -- is surrounded by myths, distortions, and fabrications.

Paul Sorrentino has sifted through garbled chronologies and contradictory eyewitness accounts, scoured the archives, and followed in Crane's footsteps. The result is the most accurate account of the poet and novelist to date. — Michael Robertson, The College of New Jersey, author of Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature “Adrian Hunter’s introduction is.

How to Cite (), Book Reviews. The Journal of Popular Culture, – doi: /j_x. His book Worshipping Walt: The Whitman Disciples (Princeton UP, ) was named a New Jersey Council for the Humanities Honor Book, and Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature (Columbia UP, ) received the Frank Luther Mott Award for the year’s best book in journalism and mass communication.

Composition and publication history. In the winter ofCrane borrowed a suit from John Northern Hilliard and visited the critic and editor William Dean Howells, who introduced Crane to the poetry of Emily was inspired by her writing and, within several months, wrote the beginnings of what became his first book of poetry.

One friend recalled that he saw Crane's first. Vanouse, Donald. Review of Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature by Michael Robertson. Stephen Crane Studies (): Volume 8, Number 2 (Fall ) Dooley, Patrick K. "Stephen Crane: An Annotated Bibliography of Secondary: Book Chapters and Articles through ".

Michael Schudson, Discovering the News: A Social History of American Newspapers (New York: Basic Books, ), See also Michael Robertson, Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature (New York: Columbia University Press, ); and David Mindich, Just the Facts: How “Objectivity” Came to Define American Journalism (New York: New York University.

Stephen Crane and Literary Impressionism. Pennsylvania State University Press. Michael Robertson. Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature. Columbia University Press. Alan Robert Slotkin. The Language of Stephen Crane's Bowery Tales: Developing Mastery of Character Diction.

Garland/Taylor & Francis. Stephen Crane (November 1, – June 5, ) was an American poet, novelist, and short story writer. Prolific throughout his short life, he wrote notable works in the Realist tradition as well as early examples of American Naturalism and is recognized by modern critics as one of the most innovative writers of his generation.

His book Worshipping Walt: The Whitman Disciples (Princeton UP, ) was named a New Jersey Council for the Humanities Honor Book, and Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature (Columbia UP, ) received the Frank Luther Mott Award for the year's best book in journalism and mass communication.

Michael Robertson is a professor of English at the College of New Jersey and the author of Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature and Worshipping Walt: The Whitman Disciples.

His book Worshipping Walt: The Whitman Disciples (Princeton UP, ) was named a New Jersey Council for the Humanities Honor Book, and Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature (Columbia UP, ) received the Frank Luther Mott Award for the year's best book in journalism and mass communication.

Joseph Katz, ed., Stephen Crane in Transition: Centenary Essays, Marsden LaFrance, A Reading of Stephen Crane, James Nagel, Stephen Crane and Literary Impressionism, Michael Robertson, Stephen Crane Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature, R. Stallman, Stephen Crane: A Critical Bibliography, Stanley.

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Jeff Paschke-Johannes, [email protected] 10/4/ Crane and the Lotus Club. “The important point is that between Twain and the emergence of the driving honesty and social responsibility of Faulkner, no artist of Crane’s caliber looked so steadily at the wholeness of American life and discovered such far-reaching symbolic equivalents for its unceasing state of civil war.

Crane’s work remains fresh today because he was a great artist, but perhaps he became a great. The Double Life of Stephen Crane.

New York: Knopf, Bloom, Harold. Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, reprint edition Hungerford, Harold. “That Was at Chancellorsville: The Factual Framework of The Red Badge of Courage,” American Literature, v. Stephen Crane\'s short, compact life \"a life of fire,\" he called it continues to be surrounded by myths and half-truths, distortions and outright fabrications.

Mindful of the pitfalls that have marred previous biographies, Paul Sorrentino has sifted through garbled chronologies and contradictory eyewitness accounts, scoured the archives, and. Thomas Berner, The Literature of Journalism: Text and Context () Stephen Crane, Ernest Hemingway said, “ All modern American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn.” Even in his fictional accounts, Twain relied on his experience growing up in Hannibal and his short time as a riverboat pilot.

Stephen Crane's career as a war correspondent in the Spanish/Cuban-American War and the body of fiction that came from it have often been taken as an apologetic compensation for Crane's method of composing The Red Badge of Courage.

With the exception of Poe, no American writer has proven as challenging to biographers as the author of The Red Badge of n Crane's short, compact life―"a life of fire," he called it―continues to be surrounded by myths and half-truths, distortions and outright fabrications.

Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature. New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN Rogers, Rodney O. "Stephen Crane and Impressionism".

Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Vol. 24, No. Berkeley: University of California Press. Schaefer, Michael W. A Reader's Guide to the Short Stories of. Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature Journalism History - /07/01; WORLDWISE The Washington Post - /07/16; Not altogether alone.(Letter to the editor) The Humanist - /07/01; The Tower of Babel and the skyscrapers in Stephen Crane's "An Experiment in Misery".

(Essays). ANQ - /03/22; Works of.Book Published New York: G.K. Hall, c Description xiii, p. ; 24 cm. Series Reference publication in literature Notes Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Subject headings Crane, Stephen, Criticism and interpretation. Short story. ISBN (alk. paper).Michael Robertson is professor of English at The College of New Jersey and the author of two award-winning books, Worshipping Walt: The Whitman Disciples (Princeton) and Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature.A former freelance journalist, he has written for the New York Times, the Village Voice, Columbia Journalism Review, and many other publications.