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hiddlestigress: A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation." Stephen Crane

mila_elias: "Once There Came a Man" -- Stephen Crane

biblioklept: “Once There Came a Man” — Stephen Crane

AllWetLLC: Start up - Devon B. checked in near Stephen Crane Way Morristown, NJ

kelevilin: Check out this book: "The Red Badge of Courage" by Stephen Crane

Poem2Poem: Fast rode the knight / With spurs, hot and reeking; - Stephen Crane

Stephen_A_Crane: Nice post, Xavier! The world would suck more without you!

Lincolniana: Red Badge of Courage Limited Edition. Illustrated by John Stueart Curry.

kris_alexander: And he was like, how would Fitzgerald know about that? He wasn't in the war. I was like well, Stephen Crane. And so crap, I guess we agreed to re-read the Red Badge of Courage. 2/

KhadakhadaKen: Episode 135: Stephen Crane Poetry

HannahGraham21: RESULT Wooler Stephen John Crane (SDP) - 61 Tom Hancock (LD) - 92 Alex Kulinski (GRN) - 88 Mark George Mather (CON) - 1,231 Pauline Thompson (LAB) - 130 CON HOLD

SeanDailyTweets: RESULT Wooler Stephen John Crane (SDP) - 61 Tom Hancock (LD) - 92 Alex Kulinski (GRN) - 88 Mark George Mather (CON) - 1,231 Pauline Thompson (LAB) - 130 CON HOLD

rockposer: Review: Stephen Crane – Kicks

LAHeffernan: Your annual reminder that Stephen Crane's common law wife, Cora, ran several high end brothels in Jacksonville and we're still waiting on a Very Good Biography of her.

Poem2Poem: Fast rode the knight / With spurs, hot and reeking; - Stephen Crane

TAPintoNewark: A Newark man was sentenced on Tuesday to five years in prison for his connection in distributing crack in Stephen Crane Village and possessing a handgun, authorities announced.

Peter_Nimitz: Stephen Crane >>> Mark Twain

VDIArchitect: Best. Stephen. Crane Parody. Evar.

hecates_girl: Stephen Crane

a_yaz29: "That’s why one sometimes wishes to be a stone breaker. There’s no doubt about breaking a stone. But there’s doubt, fear – a black horror, in every page one writes". Joseph Conrad, letter to Stephen Crane (1897).

HobanGirl: Two or three angels Came near to the earth. They saw a fat church. Little black streams of people Came and went in continually. And the angels were puzzled To know why the people went thus, And why they stayed so long within. — Stephen Crane

spaceguy_24: A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.” -Stephen Crane

SFFAudio: Stephen Crane's THE BRIDE COMES TO YELLOW SKY reads as if Crane was getting paid by the simile Here it is from its first publication, fully illustrated, McCLURE'S, February 1898

Poem2Poem: Fast rode the knight / With spurs, hot and reeking; - Stephen Crane

otawil_dnalor: My favourite poem of all time is still "In The Desert" by Stephen Crane. It just pulls some strings like no other in me.

otawil_dnalor: << A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.” >> - A Man Said To The Universe by Stephen Crane

LiteraryRob: No one mentioned it: On the publication of "The Open Boat, and Other Tales of Adventure," by Stephen Crane, April 30, 1898 --

PastGlasgow: A locomotive is hoisted on aboard by the Finnieston Crane at Stobcross Quay in 1952. 100 of these locomotives, built at Hyde Park Works for Indian State Railways, was one of several large post-war orders received by the North British Locomotive Co. Pic: Glasgow Libraries

PastGlasgow: The Finnieston Crane (or Stobcross Crane if you prefer), pictured in 1955. Completed in 1932, the cantilever crane was built for the Clyde Navigation Trust by Cowans, Sheldon & Co of Carlisle and had a lifting capacity of 175 tons. Photo: Partick Camera Club.

CFP_Bot: Farewell Cinema: Stephen Crane as Radical Pedagogy

AndrewEpstein3: As this hilarious 1961 letter shows, do NOT ask John Berryman if you can see the notes he compiled for his book on Stephen Crane. “Who do you think you are, the Library of Congress? which has indeed asked to buy my papers ... everything about you is odd, my good Sir.”

Bookishoodie: heart.' - Stephen Crane

ReichlinMelnick: Stephen Miller’s goal with this is the same as with everything else; to reassert the dominance of the white race in the United States. No reporter should ever use him as a source. You wouldn’t go to Richard Spencer to talk BLM. Don’t go to Stephen Miller to talk immigration.

Poem2Poem: Fast rode the knight / With spurs, hot and reeking; - Stephen Crane

shaksper12: Stephen crane’s the red badge of courage!!!

DavidJRogersFTW: Read:

jocksympathizer: thinking about crane and Stephen's height difference

NORTHTRENTON: Happy Birthday to Johann Karl Friedrich Rosenkranz (d. 1879), Frederick Whitaker (d. 1891), Stephen A. Douglas (d. 1861), Frederic Ozanam (d. 1853), James Anthony Froude (d. 1894), Edward Stafford (d. 1901), Winthrop M. Crane (d. 1920) and Granville Woods (d. 1910).

DavidJRogersFTW: Read:

BadSommelier: The Crossings Wine pairs beautifully with Stephen Crane.

DaddyGreybeard: Whenever someone tells me they "put it out to the Universe," or "the Universe spoke to me," I think Stephen Crane said it best- A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation."

litcharts: New guide! War is Kind by Stephen Crane

DavidJRogersFTW: Read:

Rjshapiro: Wow, Stephen Crane of the Red Badge of Courage? Sounds so contemporary.

JohannesGoranss: Stephen Crane:

Poem2Poem: Fast rode the knight / With spurs, hot and reeking; - Stephen Crane

nicratwoman: Let the unfortunates rail; the others may play marbles.” ― Stephen Crane

forbesgraham_: I'm playing on Saturday outdoors in Somerville. 2pm. With Stephen Haynes, Matt Crane, and Ben Stapp. Find out more in the link:

JoyceCarolOates: Watching "The Red Badge of Courage" (1951) directed by John Huston. really a remarkable film, eerily unsettling, not like any other "war movie" I have seen; a kind of visual depiction of Stephen Crane's novel, written when Crane was (steel yourself) 22.

ConcordMAPD: Joint Statement Town Manager Stephen Crane and Chief Joseph O’Connor

SFFAudio: THE BRIDE COMES TO YELLOW SKY by Stephen Crane 9 pages from McClure's Magazine, February 1898

Stephen_A_Crane: "Ted Lasso" is the opposite of the New York Jets. July 23rd is circled on the calendar.

stevennuwataho1: The creasted crane The grey crowned crane is fabled for its gentle nature and was also the military badge of Ugandan soldiers during British rule. The raised leg of the crane symbolises the forward movement of the country.

FHNBirch: “Sometimes, the most profound of awakenings come wrapped in the quietest of moments.” ― Stephen Crane

plastic_bio: Unwind my riddle. Cruel as hawks the hours fly; Wounded men seldom come home to die; The hard waves see an arm flung high; Scorn hits strong because of a lie; Yet there exists a mystic tie. Unwind my riddle. - Stephen Crane

darklordjournal: but exactly: "because it is bitter, and because it is my heart." -Stephen Crane

Poem2Poem: Fast rode the knight / With spurs, hot and reeking; - Stephen Crane

mathitak: I wouldn't have expected Paul Auster to deliver a doorstopper biography, let alone one about Stephen Crane, but here we are.

mathitak: We're not far removed from the last doorstopper biography of Stephen Crane:

theperfectbot1: stephen crane

CoffeeOrDieMag: Stephen Crane, born after the Civil War, wrote vividly in “The Red Badge of Courage” about combat, despite never having pulled a trigger.

ProfoundlyReas1: A man said to the universe : ‘Sir, I exist!’; ‘However’, replied the universe, ‘The fact has not created in me; A sense of obligation.’ Stephen Crane

ConnorK_Au: The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky by Stephen Crane. Such a heartwarming story :) you don't often see something so wholesome in westerns.

NPRinskeep: And the migrants come to seem like the four shipwreck survivors on Stephen Crane’s open boat. The survivors head for shore because there is no ship to return to. The migrants head north, saying they can’t safely go home.

NPRinskeep: A great short story is Stephen Crane’s “The Open Boat.” Four men in a lifeboat, survivors of a shipwreck, try to reach shore. The story begins, “None of them knew the color of the sky.” They never look higher than the next looming wave. It’s a true story—it happened to Crane.

VT_rocks: Stephen Crane is not a name I know or even remember from the '80s when this album initially came out but he is an American singer, song writer and bass player from Wichita Falls, Texas. For sure, the album screams '80s as loud as it possibly can as the

M_Crane: Finished reading LATER and I think it's definitely one of my new favorite Stephen King books. Loved every page. every word. Suspenseful, downright creepy at times, and also full of heart. Thank you for another masterpiece, Mr. King. I'm only sad that I finished it so quickly.

Poem2Poem: Fast rode the knight / With spurs, hot and reeking; - Stephen Crane

Stephen_A_Crane: Great poster for a history classroom...

Owarijules: A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.”-Stephen Crane

M_Crane: About halfway through Stephen King's latest, LATER. Getting really creepy and unsettling. Still enjoying every word, every page.

BarbaraByar: I think about this poem by Stephen Crane a lot

M_Crane: I'm almost 100 pages into Stephen King's LATER and I am really digging it. I will always be in awe of the man's passion for the written word and the desire to create.

TheTheGrinch7: A Man Said to the Universe by Stephen Crane A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.”

TheTheGrinch7: "I saw a man pursuing the horizon" by Stephen Crane I saw a man pursuing the horizon; Round and round they sped. I was disturbed at this; I accosted the man. “It is futile,” I said, “You can never —” “You lie,” he cried, And ran on.

M_Crane: I've also begun reading Stephen King's LATER, which I'm digging so far. I'm only about 50 pages in. I love when he writes in first-person. Also, comparisons to THE SIXTH SENSE are unavoidable and even our narrator acknowledges that--which was a nice touch and made me grin.

FizaPathan: ‘A Dark Brown Dog’ by Stephen Crane: Short Story Analysis

Poem2Poem: Fast rode the knight / With spurs, hot and reeking; - Stephen Crane

MasterInACave: "Sometimes, the most profound of awakenings come wrapped in the quietest of moments" Stephen Crane

TMCwrites: Think as I think said the man, or you are abominable. You are a toad. And after I had thought on it, I said I will then, be a toad. --Stephen Crane

curiouswavefn: A man said to the universe, "Sir, I exist!" "However," replied the universe, "The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation." - Stephen Crane

HaikuFictionDJU: Proto Stephen Crane? Or another Batman villain?

markthesnark: I think Hemingway was the 1st guy to write good about modern War I put Stephen Crane and the others in another bucket

vivariense90: "Down in the mystic, hidden fields of his little dog-soul bloomed flowers of love and fidelity and perfect faith". A Dark-Brown Dog, Stephen Crane. ¡¡Lo que hacía que no leía en inglés!!

QJorgeVargas: Chop Suey China Martin Luther King Big River Prov 31:26 "She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness." "The youth studied the faces of his companions, ever on the watch to detect kindred emotions"~~~Stephen Crane

Funeral_Farts: A man said to the Universe, "Sir, I exist!" "However," replied the Universe, "the fact has not created in me a sense of obligation. -Stephen Crane

chokaihiryu: Kicks / Stephen Crane (1984) All My Love

bethmichaelfox: A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.” Stephen Crane.

Poem2Poem: Fast rode the knight / With spurs, hot and reeking; - Stephen Crane

Faustinablavat1: Tell her this And more-- That the king of the seas Weeps too, old, helpless man. The bustling Fates Heap his hands with corpses Until he stands like a child With surplus of toys. -The King of the Seas, Stephen Crane

jeremynewberger: Hey Karma, you beautiful angel you, I hate to be greedy, but could you do Stephen Miller next?

bentbriarpipe: It's a shame that we can't give some of our own time to writers that died too early. I would've liked to see what Stephen Crane would've done with another decade or so.

PROldeWeghuis: Een van mij favo gedichten is van Amerikaan Stephen Crane (1871-1900): A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.”

Kerry_W_Burgess: c/ Literature Network » Stephen Crane » The Red Badge of Courage » Chapter 8 The youth felt instant panic at this question, although at first its full import was not borne in upon him. "What?" he asked. "Where yeh hit?" repeated the tattered man.

clinpsychbook: My name was mentioned during the Critical Readings podcast on the poetry of Stephen Crane. Career goals complete. I shall now retire from public life.

Ryffnah: Stephen Crane distilling the heart of the internet into tweet-sized poetry long before computers: A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.”

smilingcobra: FACE OF FIRE (Albert Band, 1959) James Whitmore as a disfigured burn victim in humanist horror adapted from Stephen Crane’s Whilomville Stories. Sort-of auteurist statement from bottomfeeder Band, tho the evocative imagery is probably DP Edward Vorkapich’s. Shot in Sweden, oddly.

GEHNHSnews: Seen a big green crane on our site? Its the next exciting step towards our new twin theatres project as the modular building takes shape.

mehdirhasan: "MSNBC Host Blasts Media for ‘Normalizing’ Stephen Miller: ‘He Deserves to Be Shunned’"

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