Stephen Crane Remembered

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Paul Sorrentino
University of Alabama Press, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 385 pages
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This book collects reminiscences by contemporaries, friends, andassociates of Stephen Crane that illuminate the life of this oftenmisunderstood and misrepresented writer. Although Crane is widelyregarded as a major American author, conclusions about his life, work, and thought remain obscure due to the difficulties in separating factfrom fiction. His first biographer recorded mostly vague impressionsand, to mythologize his subject, invented a multitude of the episodesand letters used in his account of Crane's life

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Contents

Introduction
1
Edmund B Crane
11
Elizabeth Archer Crane
16
Copyright

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Paul M. Sorrentino is the founder of the Stephen Crane Society and its journal, "Stephen Crane Studies". Paul is also the co-editor of the "Correspondence of Stephen Crane" and co-author of "The Crane Log: A Documentary Life of Stephen Crane 1871-1900". Recipient of numerous teaching awards, he is a professor of English at Virginia Tech.

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