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Damialb: On page 900 of 1024 of La llama inmortal de Stephen Crane, by Paul Auster

MaestroRandy: Now Playing on Q108 Kingston Love For Sale by Stephen Crane & Duane Sciacqua

m_vandecamp: Stephen King has the Lawnmower Man. I have the Leaf Blower Man and his minions Drill Man, Hammer Man and Crane Man. I win!

damonayoung: Friday afternoon reading: THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE, by Stephen Crane. A friend in the United States gave me Paul Auster’s biography of the author Stephen Crane—I thought this a good opportunity to actually read Stephen Crane.

MaestroRandy: Now Playing on Q108 Kingston I Won't Tell On You by Stephen Crane & Duane Sciacqua

MPSWhitton: Whitton SNT - OP CRANE Community Day Of Action is underway with the Marine Support Unit conducting a weapons sweep and litter clearance of the river. Further updates to follow with the main event starting at 1300.

BlisterPearl: He smiled. Then he opened the book And held it before me. — Strange that I should have grown so suddenly blind. - Stephen Crane

MaestroRandy: Now Playing on Q108 Kingston Gangland by Stephen Crane & Duane Sciacqua

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

VanesaShepherd: Read The Blue Hotel by Stephen Crane

bratchy1: Enjoyed Afterlife season 3 but I feel Gervais needs a Stephen Merchant type to write with him. Someone to say "you can't just put Bon Iver over a crane camera shot to suggest melancholy every two minutes"

DuffusMatthew: Finished Paul Auster's Burning Boy, about Stephen Crane, last night. Not a conventional bio by any stretch, but a wonderful appreciation of Crane's work.

revdrdark: A Man said to the Universe Stephen Crane InfoScholar

AJDuranPhoto: 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 GM! Self portrait at the summit of Mt. Apo.

maureencoert: Love walked alone The rocks cut her tender feet And the brambles tore her fair limbs There came a companion to her But, alas, he was no help For his name was heart's pain ~Stephen Crane~ 1905

GaryCStern: 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

dreamingbulb: * ‘A Slant of Sun’ by Stephen Crane

bmorebooks: Stephen Crane’s Life of Fire

JayQuinn1993: “In the Depths of a Coal Mine” – Stephen Crane’s 1894 visit to Pennsylvania’s Coal Region

pangotangouk: Just read and enjoyed The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane. Written back in 1895, yet it felt more modern than Hemingway to me, in a way.

jrlindermuth: "In the Depths of a Coal Mine" - Stephen Crane's 1894 visit to Pennsylvania's Coal Region

JohannesGoranss: I cant get into this Paul Auster bio of Stephen Crane. Im starting to think theres something wrong with me… I like a lot of his writing but find myself not interested in his fascinating life…

armenotti: 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

MaestroRandy: Now Playing on Q108 Kingston I Won't Tell On You by Stephen Crane & Duane Sciacqua

allenmendenhall: Stephen Crane’s Life of Fire | National Review

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

geograph_bi: Floating crane on the Thames by Stephen Craven

bmorebooks: Stephen Crane’s Life of Fire

citoyennetomate: giddy b/c introduced a student to stephen crane who ending up loving him. a real "my work here has meaning" deal

NigelBoxing: Still on my Stephen Crane binge: Maggie A Girl of the Streets and selected stories.

myvintagejunque: Red Badge of Courage Book by Stephen Crane - Vintage Reader's Digest Collection

find_wtsn: Classic American Short Stories: And More Classic American Short Stories (Unabridged) - O. Henry, Stephen Crane, Ambrose Bierce, Jack London, James Fenimore Cooper, Kate Chopin, Mark Twain

asheresque: Paul Auster’s new book about Stephen Crane is mind-bendingly great. The book’s argument is that Crane is a neglected genius, and … yes, clearly he is. Auster’s pretty good too. Off to read “The Blue Hotel” for the first time now.

nonchalantly_: difficult for me to tell if stephen crane was practically impressionistic or just broke often, just dead for cash and balling

beetlejuicery: in the desert by stephen crane

WilliamMolnar16: At his death, Stephen Crane was very young...why are we wasting our time on frivolous matters? It was either a crime or business as usual

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

ratatoskM15: A Man Said to the Universe 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

VOALearnEnglish: AMERICAN STORIES: 'The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky' by Stephen Crane, Part Two

pjacksonphilip: Cottages, Bowling Old Lane Bowling Old Lane, Prince of Wales pub and a big crane Kids on a sledge, Bowling Old Lane Old building, St. Stephen's 1st school

MaestroRandy: Now Playing on Q108 Kingston I Won't Tell On You by Stephen Crane & Duane Sciacqua

rajasir: The Red Badge of Courage: A Summary (Stephen Crane)

authorali1: I ran into this poem by Stephen Crane called: Horizon 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. So many people today think the same way

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

themoviehog: In The Desert - Stephen Crane Poems

caroledgarian: Cure for the Monday blues? Here's a gem of a piece by Willa Cather. When I Knew Stephen Crane

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KaitlinWaltersz: Download EPUB The Red Badge of Courage (Illustrated) by Stephen Crane

edwereddie: When I Knew Stephen Crane

all_reading_: 'The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky' by Stephen Crane, Part One

BrantnerKarl: I'm not exactly a great fan of Auster's prose, but this is an excellent biography of Stephen Crane, whose work - especially The Red Badge of Courage - was so important to me as a young student in Freiburg.

Heartland_B_C: Join us this evening at 6 PM as our Teen Pastor Stephen Crane shares a message from the New series called "A New You in 2022."

JoergAuberg: Opposites Attract: Paul Auster Meets Stephen Crane

Ryffnah: Sometimes when I talk to my cat, I feel like the man in this Stephen Crane poem: ———— A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.” ———— I guess the universe is a cat… seems about right.

Ryffnah: Specifically this cat. Piper is the only one of my cats who makes me feel like a Stephen Crane poem. Or… at least… THAT Stephen Crane poem. Maybe if I reread his poetry, I could find one suitable for describing my relationship to each of my cats…

TiBachlr: 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. –Stephen Crane

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

VOALearnEnglish: AMERICAN STORIES: 'The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky' by Stephen Crane, Part One

JSTOR_Daily: When Stephen Crane went up against the notoriously corrupt NYPD detective Charles Becker, he ended up leaving town after being hounded by the press.

autochucker: How many stephens could Stephen Crane crane if Stephen Crane could crane stephens?

MofaYasir: A serious prophet upon predicting a flood should be the first man to climb a tree. This would demonstrate that he was indeed a seer. — Stephen Crane

JSTOR_Daily: Theodore Roosevelt was a fan of Stephen Crane’s work. But when the writer asked for his help as NYC police commissioner when he was being smeared by the NYPD, Roosevelt never responded.

MattKuzma: Stephen Crane should have titled this one: “Twitter”

ImanEbrahimpour: 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

AmLit_ALA: ALA 2022 CFP from the Stephen Crane Society now posted! Details at

ahsokascomlink: 15 favorite male characters to know me - peter parker - anakin - obi-wan - matt murdock - spencer reid - din djarin - dr. stephen strange - ichabod crane (sleepy hollow 1999) - nathan drake - dimitri - rick o’connell - jack sparrow - han solo - mr. darcy - remus lupin

Manqueman: Porky’s heritage and tradition.

vincimax: By Stephen Crane.

JSTOR_Daily: When Stephen Crane tried to defend a woman from charges of solicitation, he ended up the target of an NYPD smear campaign.

allenmendenhall: Stephen Crane vs. The Police

WCAAimpact: Stephen Crane vs. The Police

gene3624: Shame on Dems. What is it? 23 retiring from Congress or just the House? Just when the nation needs you the most. Phewy! You need to read Stephen Crane’s “The Red Badge of Courage.” Will you turn & run when you see the enemy advance on your lines and hear the rebel yell?

HitmanHeitzie: 5 Topics I can talk about for 30 minutes without any preparation: 1. The English Reformation 2. Pro Boxing, 1984-2000. 3. Life and writing of Stephen Crane. 4. The 1912 U.S. Presidential election. 5. English punk and post-punk 1976-1981.

DamnInteresting: Stephen Crane vs. The Police

JSTOR_Daily: When Stephen Crane went up against the notoriously corrupt NYPD detective Charles Becker, he ended up leaving town after being hounded by the press.

LNERJ70: In the mid 70s, scrap at crock's scrapyard was getting a bit overwhelming for the old crane located there so bad that it broke down, so Sir Stephen had a friend who is skilled at building cranes, Reg came to be in 1980, what happened with the scrap at crock's?

BarbaraByar: Absolutely my favorite poem In the Desert by Stephen Crane

thepressboxpod: From a review of a new Stephen Crane bio: "Crane could turn even a routine assignment like a profile of a train engineer into something brilliant and unusual. And he was a superb war reporter, far ahead of his time in frankness and directness."

MaestroRandy: Now Playing on Q108 Kingston I Won't Tell On You by Stephen Crane & Duane Sciacqua

TammyTu78097268: The Red Badge Of Courage - and Selected Stories - Stephen Crane - Signet 1960

jeremycarl4: 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

HelenAnn16: Author Stephen Crane’s boat sinks - HISTORY

honor_moore: Finally in hard copy - review of Paul Auster on Stephen Crane - I couldn’t put this book down!

HenryLeerhenry: OTD Author Stephen Crane’s boat sinks

simon_schama: January 2d off to a brilliant start by reading TWO spectacular review essays in NY Times Book Review ; one by Robert Gottlieb on Sinclair Lewis and the other by Charles McGrath on Paul Auster's biog of Stephen Crane. Wonderful reads, both.

rajasir: The Red Badge of Courage: A Summary (Stephen Crane)

Cryptome_org: Stephen Crane: “You can repeat the various stated causes of the war, and mouth them over. The mind returns to the wonder of why so many people will put themselves to the most incredible labor and inconvenience and danger for the sake of ending of a few lives like yours.”

ruh_william: THE BLACK RIDERS BLACK RIDERS CAME FROM THE SEA. THERE WAS CLANG AND CLANG OF SPEAR AND SHIELD, AND CLASH AND CLASH OF HOOF AND HEEL, WILD SHOUTS AND THE WAVE OF HAIR IN THE RUSH UPON THE WIND: THUS THE RIDE OF SIN. poem Stephen Crane 1871-1900 author "The Red Badge of Courage"

41Strange_book: ‘None of them knew the color of the sky.’ Stephen Crane

aarondgettinger: God, I've outlived Stephen Crane.

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GentleZacharias: A man said to the universe, "Sir, I exist!" "However," replied the universe, "That fact has not created in me any sense of obligation." - Stephen Crane, 1899

alex_fiscadoro: the wind had a voice as it came over the waves, and it was sadder than the end - stephen crane, the open boat

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_oxjam: The Stephen crane projects are just getting worse and worse man .

arunperrys: [Kindle] The Red Badge of Courage and Four Stories by Stephen Crane

ChloeYMiller: Stephen Crane’s grave at the Evergreen Cemetery (NJ.) We had to wipe off the leaves to find it.

gabehudson: idk feel like i mite enjoy getting a drink w stephen crane

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