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ChrisBohjalian: 5 of 5 stars to The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane

Robert_Dunbar: 4 of 5 stars to The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane

bleakhousing: "He would die; he would go to some place where he would be understood." Stephen Crane :: The Red Badge of Courage

CDChyld: New listing Vintage Book The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane 1984 Reader's Digest

Todayin1775: The New Jersey Assembly also selects the province's delegates to the Second Continental Congress: Stephen Crane, John de Hart, James Kinsey, William Livingston, and Richard Smith.

taadelodun: UK Construction Jobs & Approximate Hourly Wages Labourer £12 Traffic Marshall £14 Dumper Driver £17 Bricklayer £20 Electrician £20 Plumber £20 Tower Crane Driver £25 Site Manager £20 Site Engineer £20 Project Manager £25 I think we need to do a Space on this soon.

Vailskibum94: SEASONS 4-5: The Post-Movie Era (2005-2008) A drop in quality as crewmembers changed and Stephen Hillenburg stepped down from his leading role. There are a few phenomenal episodes in here (Krusty Towers, Skill Crane), but this era wasn't as consistent as previous years.

Clemence_Mcl: I don’t say it out loud (although maybe I should start), but I think about “it is bitter—bitter/but I like it/because it is bitter/and because it is my heart” by Stephen Crane a lot

Stephen_A_Crane: An alternative way to quote Keynes’ “the market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent”: "Anyone looks like a genius when they’re in a good position, and even the smartest person looks like an idiot when they’re in a bad one."

mark_robx: Stephen Crane had a different sense of how the universe feels about us than we’re wont to hear lately

bryanvincent9: 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

1Sychronicity: "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." Stephen Crane.

NewYorkSun: The strange title poem of Stephen Crane’s 1899 collection remains an indigestible bit of verse: a granite fragment that will not be reduced to any easy reading.

JudySebert3: Bragging rights. Beer Grier is Melania. Mother to Michelle. She loves Roosters in her Kitchen. I know her pretty well. She has a " crush" on Stephen Crane only the bragging rights are mine.

0ilHand: The negative sentiment on oil appears to be coming entirely from Stephen Crane here.

JhtlMina: A Dark Brown Dog by Stephen Crane [Audiobooks Unabridged] | Social Criticism

smassa: 3 of 5 stars to The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane

ARTHURdented: In the Desert by Stephen Crane

rifshaahmedlone: 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, War Is Kind and Other Poems

GatheringFlavor: "Mystic shadow, bending near me, Who art thou? Whence come ye?"—Stephen Crane, "Mystic shadow, bending near me" Abyssal Specter Art by George Pratt

LaurenceFoshee: An update: after I got home from a 12-hour hospital shift tonight, I decided to do my assigned reading for next week's American Literature II class in one sitting: Stephen Crane's story "The Open Boat", and Jack London's short story "The Law of Life" -- both such awesome reads!

nberlat: I wrote about Stephen Crane's short story Monster and the pros and cons of white writers writing about racism.

Spill_Words: 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.”

nberlat: also ICYMI, yesterday I wrote about the antiracism adn the racism in stephen crane's short story Monster, and white writers writing about racism.

junie_junette: It's past midnight and I just finished the book 2 of "A charm of magpies" AND I'M SCREAMING I NEED SOMEONE TO TALK ABOUT STEPHEN AND CRANE AND I'M TURNING MAD. (Don't mind the pup it's my bookmark and it's perfect).

BradSkalet: It was not well to drive men into final corners; at those moments they could all develop teeth and claws. Stephen Crane

artofdarkpod: Stephen Crane (1871 - 1900) was an American writer best known for THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE, and an influence on many 20th C. writers from Hemingway to Berryman. On his adventures he would contract malaria, yellow fever, & finally tuberculosis--from which he died at 28.

mkfbenoit: Stephen Crane, Edgar Allan Poe, Carson McCullers.

herelieslill: feel like stephen crane would've killed at posting on twitter

reveraissance: 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

wiederkehrpat: Allan Edgar Poe - The Black Cat Emily Dickinson - "Faith" is a fine invention / Because I Could Not Stop For Death / I Heard a Fly buzz - when I died /The Soul Selects Her Own Society Stephen Crane - The Open Boat F. Scott Fitzgerald - The Great Gatsby

phillyd97: 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

Mr_BenSmith: As a Stephen Crane uber fan nothing could surprise me more than this new comic adapting (loose description) his first novella 'Maggie: A Girl of the Streets'. I started writing the book's subtitle as 'Life on the Streets', but was channelling David Simon, not Crane.

once_a_journo: 1/2 I read this in a book by Stephen Crane over the weekend and couldn't help but think about the position Democrats in the NE Legislature find themselves this session.

BenDiaspora: That is your Stephen Crane's Red Badge of Courage. Frame it.

JMDoradoFaces: "I saw a man pursuing the horizon" BY STEPHEN CRANE

neglectedbooks: Random cover from the TBR pile: Mrs. Egg and Other Americans by Thomas Beer (1947) A thick book collecting Beer's many stories. Beer took liberties in his Stephen Crane biography, but he was one of the most well-paid short story writers between 1920 and his death in 1940.

EastinDeverna: "The Open Boat" by Stephen Crane. Love this cover. Hope to find a copy one day.

SayCarey1: Awesome to have all these stories in one list for reference. Read "Wants" by Gracy Paley yesterday. Starting "The Open Boat" by Stephen Crane. What should I read next? Lovely to find so many online to read for free.

Doublelen: the ending of this poem (left) by philip larkin always reminds me of stephen crane, for some reason this poem (right) in particular

DanielBrian: Lmao! Apparently Stephen Crane, the author of the "Red Badge of Courage", was hired to cover a crucial battle during the Spanish-American war in Cuba and completely wrote out how native Cubans were largely responsible for winning the battle. I love American history

WellsThomp: Someone read Stephen Crane and I approve (you know who you are)

yazmin94ol: Badge of Courage: The Life of Stephen Crane ZOERWWH

RuadhMairi: A man said to the Universe, "Sir, I exist!" "However," replied the universe, "The fact does not create in me A sense of obligation." - Stephen Crane

AmericanGwyn: Perfect American Short Story Nominees: 1. “The Cask of Amontillado,” Poe 2. “Bartleby, the Scrivener,” Melville 3. “The Open Boat,” Stephen Crane 4. “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber,” Hemingway 5. “Barn Burning,” Faulkner 6. “Shiloh,” Bobbie Ann Mason [cont]

GKLomax343: A man said to the Universe, "Sir, I exist." "However," replied the Universe, "the fact does not create in me a sense of obligation." Stephen Crane

HorrorCarnival: Stephen King's It (1990 miniseries) ― Emily Perkins as Beverly, Seth Green as Richie, Tim Curry as Pennywise, Adam Faraizl as Eddie, Ben Heller as Stan, Jonathan Brandis as Bill, Brandon Crane as Ben, and Marlon Taylor as Mike.

JaneLaney10: Stephen Crane. 1899

GautamK77526672: Stephen Crane “I Stood Upon a High Place” MC STAN MAKING DHH WIN

StevenRounce: Quote of the Day from The Free Dictionary. Stephen Crane:

PankajSaxena84: 4. The Red Badge of Courage – Stephen Crane This is about as revolutionary as America ever got. Human revolutions, once they had their own, were not their interest. Yet, the selfless fervor which the idea of revolution lends to a young mind was enough for me to just love this.

OperatorParker: The Call of the Wild by Jack London White Fang by Jack London The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane Lord of the Flies by William Golding The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo Tolstoy War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy The Prince by Machiavelli The Art of War by Sun Tzu

aliner: Noon in the desert with Stephen Crane.

b2l_Literature: In Virtual Modernism, Katherine Biers offers a fresh view of the emergence of American literary modernism from the eruption of popular culture in the early twentieth century. Employing dynamic readings of the works of Stephen Crane, Henry J...

AsburyParkTV: Happy New Year!⁠ If you missed it last week you have another chance to watch "Sir I Exist! A Life of Stephen Crane" at 8am and 7pm all week. Following shortly after (10am & 8pm), there will be a new video from AP Arts Council's film challenge!

MarkMHernandez: “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.” Alternate ending by Stephen Crane, probably.

gerald51m: The Open Boat and Other Stories: The Works of Stephen Crane (Annotated) 33AKZWU

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MikelovesSF: “He vaguely desired to walk around and around the body and stare; the impulse of the living to try to read in dead eyes the answer to the Question.” ― Stephen Crane, The Red Badge of Courage

jordanzeros: A poem by Stephen Crane

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

brookekroeger: Two new ones from the Undaunted annals: Of Judy Garland and the First Amendment in 1957 and How a Smith College Classics Major and Stephen Crane's Common Law Wife Covered the Greco-Turkish War of 1897.

kelvmackenzie: In police evidence to be heard tomorrow at a licence review for Crane nightclub where Cody Fisher,23, was knifed to death, staff began cleaning up the hundreds of small bags on the dancefloor while paramedics fought to save his life. Unbelievable. The licence must not be granted.

barrow_alex: Norwich: St Stephen’s (centre) and St Peter Mancroft (peeping out above Wagamama), plus a church I don’t recognise (to the left of the crane) - snapped from a secular temple of commerce

RaspiArduino: 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

ShewinFan: Ooo, I do so enjoy a Stephen Crane poem, a story.

idipeshm: 2. "His face was as hard as a stone." — The Red Badge of Courage, Stephen Crane Picture painted: His face doesn't have any expressions. He's emotionless.

bayertyhwc: The Open Boat and Other Stories: The Works of Stephen Crane (Annotated) OEHGRYT

JohannesGoranss: Reading Burning Boy, Paul Auster’s biography of Stephen Crane, always one of my favorite US writers. Like how Auster describes Crane’s poems as capable of producing “a sudden, general shock to the system.”

abernathydkb: Badge of Courage: The Life of Stephen Crane BVJMC6E

DavidCranmerUn1: of which can be seen in Yester Wood. The same Hobgoblin Hall featured in the poem "Marmion" by Walter Scott. The initial chief industry in the town was the paper mill, which was once the source of the Bank of Scotland's bank notes. Stephen Crane was the first in the Crane

IranWireEnglish: Majidreza Rahnavard, 23, was arrested on November 19 and executed 23 days later, hanged from a crane in the northeastern city of Mashhad. But there was no evidence to connect him to the supposed crime.

TriviaProfessor: Stephen Crane later wrote of the novel: “I don't think The Red Badge to be any great shakes but then the very theme of it gives it an intensity that the writer can't reach every day.”

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Spacedad2: Stephen Crane wrote: "Truth," said a traveller, "Is a breath, a wind, a shadow .. But never have I touched the hem of its garment." And I believed the second traveller; For truth was to me A breath, a wind, A shadow, a phantom, And never had I touched The hem of its garment.

Spacedad2: This is an excerpt from his poem: "Truth," From "The Collected Poems of Stephen Crane." Stephen Crane was the son of a Methodist minister, and held a lifelong disdain for religiousity. You might know him from "The Red Badge of Courage."

vonsxu: The Open Boat and Other Stories: The Works of Stephen Crane (Annotated) LWW3DSZ

TriviaProfessor: What is the law that states that in internet discussions, someone will inevitably criticize a point by inappropriately comparing it to beliefs held by Hitler and the Nazis? Which 1895 Stephen Crane novel is set in the US Civil War?  Godwin's Law; The Red Badge of Courage

the_dad_cop: 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

cartwright88yko: The Open Boat and Other Stories: The Works of Stephen Crane (Annotated) KNVS1PR

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

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becaste1: "A singular disadvantage of the sea lies in the fact that after successfully surmounting one wave you discover that there is another behind it just as important and just as nervously anxious to do something effective in the way of swamping boats". The Open boar- Stephen Crane

dmcampbellwsu: “Falling Stories: Cinematic Naturalism and Disability in Frank Norris’s and Stephen Crane’s City Sketches” (American Literary Realism, 55, 2, Winter 2023: 95-118)

larryagross: A singular disadvantage of the sea lies in the fact that after successfully surmounting one wave you discover that there is another behind it just as important and just as nervously anxious to do something effective in the way of swamping boats.

dreamingbulb: * The seas are in the hollow of The Hand; Stephen Crane

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

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kenright1701: Reread Stephen Crane's "In the Desert" while I sprayed the bowl earlier...mm-hmm. (As a wise man once said: "You will find poetry nowhere unless you bring it with you.")

appadappajappa: A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.” BY STEPHEN CRANE

pts: I really appreciate it when a hater has an off night and comes up with something like “Stephen Crane is overrated and The Red Badge of Courage—closest he came to writing a good book—is mid, at best.”

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SpookyWerewolf: 4 of 5 stars to The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane

LastHierophant: Me sitting in stained boxers that have gone unwashed for a week: Computer whip me up a Stephen Crane poem on the toils of the emotional labor of Qatari slave workers

SethFriederman: 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



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