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“Drama in Cuba.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library 67 (1963): 498-511.
“Waiting for the Spring.” Prairie Schooner 38 (1964): 15-26.
“Sc to William Howe Crane: A Recovered Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1.3 (1966): 8.
“Sc to Elbert Hubbard: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1.2 (1966): 2-3.
“Quarterly Checklist.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1967; 1967; 1967; 1; 1; 1; 2.2; 3; 4; 1 (1966): 6-8; 6-7; 7-8; 11-12.
“Toward a Descriptive Bibliography of Stephen Crane: ‘Spanish-American War Songs’.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 61 (1967): 267-69.
“Stephen Crane to William Howe Crane: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.1 (1967): 9.
“Sc’s Birth Announcement.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1.4 (1967): 3.
“Sc to Mrs. Moreton Frewen: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1.4 (1967): 6.
“Sc to Edmund B. Crane: Two New Letters.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1.3 (1967): 7-8.
“Sc and ‘Holland’.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1.4 (1967): 2-3.
“John Daniel Barry to Stephen Crane: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.1 (1967): 1-3.
“‘Art in Kansas City': A New ‘Uncle Clarence’ Story.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.1 (1967): 3-4.
“Two Uncollected Articles.” Prairie Schooner 44 (1969): 287-96.
“Stephen Crane: A Portfolio.” Prairie Schooner 43 (1969): 175-204.
“A Bibliography of Stephen Crane Scholarship: 1893-1969.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 11.Supp. (1970): 3-38.
Stephen Crane, 1871-1971: An Exhibition from the Collection of Matthew J. Bruccoli. Bibliog. Ser. Columbia: U. of S.C. Press, 1971.
Agrawal, D. C. “Vision and Form in the Red Badge of Courage.” Banasthali Patrika 11 (1968): 86-90.

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Albrecht, Robert C. “Content and Style in the Red Badge of Courage.” College English 27 (1966): 487-92.
Anderson, Margaret P. “A Note on ‘John Twelve’ in Stephen Crane’s the Monster.” American Notes and Queries 15 (1976): 23-24.
Anderson, Warren D. “Homer and Stephen Crane.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 19 (1964): 77-86.
Andreach, Robert Joseph. “The Spiritual Life in Hopkins, Joyce, Eliot, and Hart Crane.” Dissertation Abstracts 25 (1964): 467.
Andrews, William L. “A New Stephen Crane Fable.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 47 (1975): 113-14.
—. “Art and Success: Another Look at Stephen Crane’s the Third Violet.” Wascana Review 13.1 (1978): 71-82.
Autrey, Max L. “The Word out of the Sea: A View of Crane’s ‘the Open Boat’.” Arizona Quarterly 30 (1974): 101-10.

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Bassan, Maurice. “Misery and Society: Some New Perspectives on Stephen Crane’s Fiction.” Studia Neophilologica: A Journal of Germanic and Romance Languages and Literature 35 (1963): 104-20.
—. “The Design of Stephen Crane’s Bowery ‘Experiment’.” Studies in Short Fiction 1 (1964): 129-32.
—. “A Bibliographical Study of Stephen Crane’s Poem, ‘in the Night’.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 58 (1964): 173-79.
—. “Stephen Crane and ‘the Eternal Mystery of Social Condition’.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction 19 (1965): 387-94.
—. “An Early Draft of George’s Mother.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 36 (1965): 518-22.
Bassan, Maurice, ed. Stephen Crane’s Maggie: Text and Context. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1966.
—, ed. Stephen Crane: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1967.
Bastein, Friedel H. Die Rezeption Stephen Cranes in Deutschland. Anglo-American Forum. Frankfort: Lang. 361 pp, 1977.
Begiebing, Robert J. “Stephen Crane’s Maggie: The Death of the Self.” American Imago: A Psychoanalytic Journal for Culture, Science and the Arts 34 (1977): 50-71.
Bender, Bert. “Hanging Stephen Crane in the Impressionist Museum.” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 35 (1976): 47-55.
—. “The Nature and Significance of ‘Experience’ in ‘the Open Boat’.” Journal of Narrative Technique 9 (1979): 70-80.
Benton, Richard P., et al. “Poe Symposium.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 60.Supp (1970).
Bergon, Frank. Stephen Crane’s Artistry. New York: Columbia UP, 1975.
Berryman, John. “Stephen Crane, the Red Badge of Courage.” The American Novel from James Fenimore Cooper to William Faulkner. Ed. Wallace Stegner. New York: Basic, 1965. 86-96.
Bidle, Kenneth E. “Impressionism in American Literature to the Year 1900.” Dissertation Abstracts 30 (1969): 715A-16A.
Binder, Henry. “Unwinding the Riddle of Four Pages Missing from the Red Badge of Courage Manuscript.” PBSA: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 72 (1978): 100-06.
—. “The Red Badge of Courage Nobody Knows.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 9-47.
—. “Donald Pizer, Ripley Hitchcock, and the Red Badge of Courage.” Studies in the Novel 11 (1979): 216-23.
Binder, Henry George. “The Red Badge of Courage: Making and Meaning.” 1979.
Bonner, Thomas, Jr. “Crane’s ‘an Experiment in Misery’.” Explicator 34 (1976): Item 56.
Bowers, Fredson. “Crane’s Red Badge of Courage and Other ‘Advance Copies’.” Studies in Bibliography: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia 22 (1969): 273-77.
—. “The New Look in Editing.” South Atlantic Bulletin: A Quarterly Journal Devoted to Research and Teaching in the Modern Languages and Literatures 35.1 (1970): 3-10.
—. “Remarks on Eclectic Texts.” Proof: Yearbook of American Bibliographical and Textual Studies 4 (1975): 31-76.
—. The Third Violet and Active Service. Univ. Of Virginia Ed. Of the Works of Stephen Crane. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1976.
Bowers, Fredson, and James Colvert. Poems and Literary Remains. Univ. Of Virginia Ed. Of the Works of Stephen Crane. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1975.
Bowers, Fredson, ed., and James B. Colvert, introd. The University of Virginia Edition of the Works of Stephen Crane: Vol. I: Bowery Tales: Maggie, George’s Mother. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1969.
Bowers, Fredson, ed., and J. C. Levenson, introd. The University of Virginia Edition of the Works of Stephen Crane: Vol. Vii: Tales of Whilomville. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1969.
Bowers, Fredson, and J. C. Levenson. The Red Badge of Courage: An Episode of the American Civil War. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1975.
Bradbury, Malcolm. “Romance and Reality in Maggie.” Journal of American Studies 3 (1969): 111-21.
Bradbury, Malcolm, and Arnold Goldman. “Stephen Crane: Classic at the Crossroads.” British Association for American Studies Bulletin 6 (1963): 42-49.
Braunstein, Simeon. “A Checklist Writings by and About Stephen Crane in the Fra.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.2 (1968): 8.
Brennan, Joseph X. “Stephen Crane and the Limits of Irony.” Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 11 (1969): 183-200.
Breslin, Paul. “Courage and Convention: The Red Badge of Courage.” Yale Review: A National Quarterly 66 (1976): 209-22.
Brody, E. C. “Tolstoy and Crane’s the Red Badge of Courage.” Studia Slavica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 24 (1978): 39-54.
Brogunier, Joseph E. “The Two Cranes and ‘Blind Baggage’.” Hart Crane Newsletter 2.1 (1978): 33-35.
Brown, Ellen A. “Stephen Crane’s Whilomville Stories: A Backward Glance.” Markham Review 3 (1973): 105-09.
Brown, Ellen A., and Patricia Hernlund. “The Source for the Title of Stephen Crane’s Whilomville Stories.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 50 (1978): 116-18.
Brown, Ellen A.R. “The Uneasy Balance: A Study of Polarity in the Work of Stephen Crane.” 1970.
Bruccoli, Matthew J. “Cora’s Mouse.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 59 (1965): 188-89.
—. “A Colonial Edition of Great Battles of the World.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1.2 (1966): 3-4.
—. “Maggie’s Last Night.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.1 (1967): 10.
—. “Stephen Crane as Collector’s Item.” Stephen Crane in Transition:Centenary Essays. Ed. Joseph–Dickey Katz, James. DeKalb: No. Ill. U.P, 1972. 153-73.
Bruccoli, Matthew J., and Joseph Katz. “The Heinemann War Is Kind.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1.4 (1967): 6.
—. “Scholarship and Mere Artifacts: The British and Empire Publications of Stephen Crane.” Studies in Bibliography: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia 22 (1969): 277-87.
—. “(Stephen Crane.).” Stephen Crane Newsletter 4.1 (1970).
Burhans, Clinton S., Jr. “Twin Lights on Henry Fleming: Structural Parallels in the Red Badge of Courage.” Arizona Quarterly 30 (1974): 149-59.
—. “Judging Henry Judging: Point of View in the Red Badge of Courage.” Ball State University Forum 15.2 (1974): 38-48.
Burns, Shannon, and James Levernier. “Crane’s ‘the Bride Comes to Yellow Sky’.” Explicator 37.1 (1978): 36-37.
Burns, Shannon, and James A. Levernier. “Androgyny in Stephen Crane’s ‘the Bride Comes to Yellow Sky’.” Research Studies 45 (1977): 236-43.

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Cady, Edwin H. “Stephen Crane: Maggie, a Girl of the Streets.” Landmarks of American Writing. Ed. Hennig Cohen. New York: Basic Books, 1969. 172-81.
Cady, Elizabeth W., et al. Stephen Crane Newsletter. 4 ii, 1970.
Callahan, Robert D. “Moral Rearmament as Mobilized Counter-Fantasy.” West Coast Review 7.2 (1972): 53-59.
Carruthers, Sharon. “‘Old Soldiers Never Die': A Note on Col. John L. Burleigh.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 158-60.
Cazemajou, Jean. “Stephen Crane Et Ses Esquisses De Vie Newyorkaise.” Caliban 1 (1964): 7-24.
—. “A Propos De Quelques Parodies De L’oeuvre De Stephen Crane.” Caliban N.S. 1.1 (1965): 65-86.
Cazemajou, Jean. “Stephen Crane: Pennington Seminary: Etape D’une Education Methodiste.” Etudes Anglaises: Grande-Bretagne, Etats-Unis 20 (1967): 140-48.
—. “Stephen Crane Et La Petite Ville Americaine.” Caliban 3.2 (1967): 85-93.
—. “The O’ruddy, Robert Barr Et the Idler.” Caliban 5.1 (1968): 69-78.
—. “Stephen Crane: Deux Decennies De Redecouverte (1948-1968).” Les Langues Modernes 63 (1969): 54-60.
—. Stephen Crane. University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1969.
—. “The Red Badge of Courage: The ‘Religion of Peace’ and the War Archetype.” Stephen Crane in Transition:Centenary Essays. Ed. Joseph–Dickey Katz, James. DeKalb: No. Ill. U.P, 1972. 54-65.
—. “La Contribution Du Journalisme Au ‘Realisme’ De Stephen Crane.” Seminaires 1977. Ed. Jean –Cazemajou Beranger, Jean –Spriet, Pierre. Annales Du Centre De Recherches Sur L’amerique Anglophone. Univ. de Bordeaux III, Talance: Centre de Recherches sur l’Amerique Anglophone, 1978. 187-202.
Colvert, James B. “Stephen Crane’s Magic Moutain.” Stephen Crane: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Maurice Bassan. Twentieth Century Views. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1967. 95-105.
—. “Stephen Crane: Style as Invention.” Stephen Crane in Transition:Centenary Essays. Ed. Joseph–Dickey Katz, James. DeKalb: No. Ill. U.P, 1972. 127-52.
Conway, John D. “The Stephen Crane-Amy Leslie Affair: A Reconsideration.” Journal of Modern Literature 7 (1979): 3-14.
Cook, Robert C. “Stephen Crane’s ‘the Bride Comes to Yellow Sky’.” Studies in Short Fiction 2 (1965): 368-69.
Cooley, John R. “‘the Monster': Stephen Crane’s ‘Invisible Man’.” Markham Review 5 (1975): 10-14.
Coppa, Joseph. “Stephen Crane Bibliography.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 13.3 (1974): 45-46.
Crane, Joan St. C. “Rare or Seldom-Seen Dust Jackets of American First Editions: Vii.” The Serif 9.1 (1972): 31-32.
Crews, Frederick C., ed. The Red Badge of Courage. Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill, 1964.
Crisler, Jesse S. “‘Christmas Must Be Gay': Stephen Crane’s the Ghost – a Play by Divers Hands.” Proof: Yearbook of American Bibliographical and Textual Studies 3 (1973): 69-120.
Crosland, Andrew T., and T. H. Howard-Hill. A Concordance to the Complete Poetry of Stephen Crane. Detroit: Gale, 1975.

D

Davison, Richard A. “Crane’s ‘Blue Hotel’ Revisited: The Illusion of Fate.” Modern Fiction Studies 15 (1969): 537-39.
Deamer, Robert G. “Stephen Crane and the Western Myth.” Western American Literature 7 (1972): 111-23.
Dean, James L. “The Wests of Howells and Crane.” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 10 (1977): 254-66.
Dendinger, Lloyd N. “Stephen Crane’s Inverted Use of Key Images of ‘the Rime of the Ancient Mariner’.” Studies in Short Fiction 5 (1968): 192-94.
Dennis, Scott A. “Stephen Crane Bibliography.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 11.2 (1971): 33-34.
Denny, Neville. “Imagination and Experience in Stephen Crane.” English Studies in Africa: A Journal of the Humanities 9 (1966): 28-42.
Dew, Marjorie. “Realistic Innocence: Cady’s Footnote to a Definition of American Literary Realism.” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 5 (1972): 487-89.
Dickerson, Lynn C., II. “Stephen Crane and the Dispossessed Character.” A Festschrift for Professor Marguerite Roberts, on the Occasion of Her Retirement from Westhampton College, University of Richmond, Virginia. Ed. Frieda Elaine–Modlin Penninger, George M. Richmond: Univ. of Richmond, 1976. 188-204.
Dillingham, William B. “Insensibility in the Red Badge of Courage.” College English 25 (1963): 194-98.
—. “‘the Blue Hotel’ and the Gentle Reader.” Studies in Short Fiction 1 (1964): 224-26.
—. “Crane’s One-Act Farce: The Upturned Face.” Research Studies 35 (1968): 324-30.
Dossett, Gordon. “A Letter from Grant Richards to Cora Crane.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 156-57.
Dow, Eddy. “Cigars, Matches, and Men in ‘the Open Boat’.” RE: Artes Liberales 2.1 (1975): 47-49.
Dowling, Harry Filmore, Jr. “Stephen Crane’s Authentic Vision.” 1978.
Dunne, Joseph Edward. “Narrative Control in the Fiction of Stephen Crane.” 1978.
Dusenbery, Robert. “The Homeric Mood in the Red Badge of Courage.” Pacific Coast Philology 3 (1968): 31-37.

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Eby, Cecil D., Jr. “Stephen Crane’s ‘Fierce Red Wafer’.” English Language Notes 1 (1963): 128-30.
Henry Binder, ed. The Red Badge of Courage: An Episode of the American Civil War. New York: Norton, 1979.
Edelstein, Arthur. Three Great Novels by Stephen Crane: Maggie, George’s Mother, the Red Badge of Courage. New York: Fawcett, 1970.
Edwards, Forest C. “Stephen Crane and the Structures of Decorum: A Propaedeutic.” 1974.
Edwards, Forest Caroll. “Decorum: Its Genesis and Function in Stephen Crane.” The Texas Quarterly 18.2 (1975): 131-43.
Eichelberger, Clayton L. “Stephen Crane’s ‘Grand Opera for the People': A Bibliographic Identification and a Correction.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 65 (1971): 70-72.
Elias, Robert H. “Stephen Crane: Encore.” Etudes Anglaises: Grande-Bretagne, Etats-Unis 24 (1971): 444-48.
Ellis, James. “The Game of High-Five in ‘the Blue Hotel’.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 49 (1977): 440-42.
Engle, James D. “Stephen Crane Bibliography.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 15.3 (1975): 27-28.
Evans, David L. “Henry’s Hell: The Night Journey in the Red Badge of Courage.” Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, & Letters 44.1 (1967): 159-66.
Ewing, James M., Jr. “Figurative Language in the Prose Fiction of Stephen Crane.” 1970.

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Farrag, Aida Ahmed. “Functions of Setting in Certain Naturalist Novels.” 1979.
Ferguson, S. C. “Crane’s ‘the Bride Comes to Yellow Sky’.” Explicator 22 (1963): Item Item 59.
Ferrara, Marc, and Gordon Dossett. “A Sheaf of Contemporary American Reviews of Stephen Crane.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 168-82.
Ferstel, John W. “Stephen Crane Bibliography.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 12.3 (1972): 39-40.
Ficken, Carl. “Jimmie Trescott’s Age.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 5.1 (1970): 2-3.
Fine, David M. “Abraham Cahan, Stephen Crane and the Romantic Tenement Tale of the Nineties.” American Studies 14.1 (1973): 95-107.
Fine, David M. “Abraham Cahan, Stephen Crane, and the Romantic Tenement Tale of the Nineties.” American Studies 14.1 (1974): 95-107.
Fine, Lewis H. “Two Unpublished Plays by Stephen Crane.” Resources for American Literary Study 1 (1971): 200-16.
—. “The Plays of Stephen Crane.” 1971.
—. “‘the Fire-Tribe and the Pale-Face': An Unfinished and Unpublished Play by Stephen Crane.” Markham Review 3 (1972): 37-38.
Fitelson, David. “Stephen Crane’s Maggie and Darwinism.” American Quarterly 16 (1964): 182-94.
Ford, Philip H. “Illusion and Reality in Crane’s Maggie.” Arizona Quarterly 25 (1969): 293-303.
Forster, Imogen. “The Thoth Annual Bibliography of Stephen Crane Scholarship.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 10.2 (1969): 25-27.
Foster, Malcolm. “The Black Crepe Veil: The Significance of Stephen Crane’s the Monster.” International Fiction Review 3 (1976): 87-91.
Fox, Austin M. “Stephen Crane and Joseph Conrad.” The Serif 6.4 (1969): 16-20.
Fraser, John. “Crime and Forgiveness: ‘the Red Badge’ in Time of War.” Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 9 (1967): 243-56.
Fraser, Robert S. “The Thoth Annual Bibliography of Stephen Crane Scholarship.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 9 (1968): 58-61.
Frederick, John T. “The Fifth Man in ‘the Open Boat’.” CEA Critic: An Official Journal of the College English Association 30.8 (1968): 1, 12-14.
Free, William Joseph. “Smoke Imagery in the Red Badge of Courage.” College Language Association Journal 7 (1963): 148-52.
Freiman, Mark John. “The World View of American Literary Naturalism in the Fiction of Stephen Crane.” 1978.
French, Warren. “Face to Face: Film Confronts Story.” English Symposium Papers, Iv. Ed. Douglas Shepard. Fredonia: Dept. of Eng. 43-74.
Frohock, W.M. “The Red Badge and the Limits of Parody.” The Southern Review 6 (1970): 137-48.
—. “American Realism and the Elegiac Sensibility: Stephen Crane and Frank Norris.” Geschichte Und Fiktion:Amerikanische Prosa Im 19. Jahrhundert/History and Fiction:American Prose in the 19th Century. Ed. Alfred–Grandel Weber, Hartmut. Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1972. 216-37.
Fryckstedt, Olov W. “Crane’s Black Riders: A Discussion of Dates.” Studia Neophilologica: A Journal of Germanic and Romance Languages and Literature 34 (1962): 282-93.
Fryckstedt, Olov W., ed. Stephen Crane: Uncollected Writings. Studia Anglistica Upsaliensia. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1963.
Fulwiler, Toby. “The Death of the Handsome Sailor: A Study of Billy Budd and the Red Badge of Courage.” Arizona Quarterly 26 (1970): 101-12.
Furst, Lilian R. “Stephen Crane’s Maggie and Papa Hamlet by Arno Holz and Johannes Schlaf.” Actes Du Viie Congres De L’association Internationale De Litterature Comparee/Proceedings of the 7th Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association, I: Litteratures Americaines: Dependance, Independance, Interdependance/Literatures of America: Dependence, Independence, Interdependence. Ed. Milan V.–Ferrate Dimic, Juan–Kushner, Eva–Bataillon, Marcel. Lib. Of Crcl. Stuttgart: Bieber, 1979. 165-68.

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Gerstenberger, Donna. “‘the Open Boat': Additional Perspective.” Modern Fiction Studies 17 (1971): 557-61.
Gibson, Donald B. “The Fiction of Stephen Crane.” Dissertation Abstracts 23 (1963): 2525.
—. “‘the Blue Hotel’ and the Ideal of Human Courage.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 6 (1964): 388-97.
—. “Crane’s the Red Badge of Courage.” Explicator 24 (1966): Item 49.
—. The Fiction of Stephen Crane. Crosscurrents/Modern Critiques. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1968.
Gilkes, Lillian. “Stephen and Cora Crane: Some Corrections and a ‘Millionaire’ Named Sharefe.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 41 (1969): 270-77.
—. “Corrections of R. W. Stallman’s Stephen Crane: A Biography.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.3 (1969): 6-7.
—. “Stephen Crane’s Burial Place: Some Inconsequential Ghost Laying.” The Serif 7.2 (1970): 7-11.
Gilkes, Lillian B. “Stephen Crane’s ‘Dan Emmonds': A Pig in a Storm.” Studies in Short Fiction 2 (1964): 66-71.
Gilkes, Lillian B. “No Hoax: A Reply to Mr. Stallman.” Studies in Short Fiction 2 (1964): 77-83.
—. “Stephen Crane and the Harold Frederics.” The Serif 6.4 (1969): 21-48.
—. “Stephen Crane and the Biographical Fallacy: The Cora Influence.” Modern Fiction Studies 16 (1970): 441-61.
—. “The Third Violet, Active Service, and the O’ruddy: Stephen Crane’s Potboilers.” Stephen Crane in Transition:Centenary Essays. Ed. Joseph–Dickey Katz, James. DeKalb: No. Ill. U.P, 1972. 106-26.
—. “The Stephen Crane Collection before Its Acquisition by Columbia: A Memoir.” Columbia Library Columns 23.1 (1973): 12-22.
Gilkes, Lillian Barnard. “The London Newsletters of Stephen and Cora Crane: A Collaboration.” Studies in American Fiction 4 (1976): 173-201.
Gilkes, Lillian Bernard. “A New Stephen Crane Item.” Studies in American Fiction 5 (1977): 255-57.
Giorgio, Benjamin D. “Stephen Crane: American Impressionist.” 1969.
Glasser, William. “The Red Badge of Courage.” Americana-Austriaca: Beitrage zur Amerikakunde (Vienna) 4 (1978): 24-39.
Going, William T. “William Higgins and Crane’s ‘the Open Boat': A Note About Fact and Fiction.” Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 1 (1965): 79-82.
Gollin, Rita K. “‘Little Souls Who Thirst for Fight’ in the Red Badge of Courage.” Arizona Quarterly 30 (1974): 111-18.
Graham, Don B. “Dreiser’s Maggie.” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 7 (1974): 169-70.
Grenberg, Bruce L. “Metaphysics of Despair: Stephen Crane’s ‘the Blue Hotel’.” Modern Fiction Studies 14 (1968): 203-13.
Griffith, Benjamin W. “Robinson Jeffers’ ‘the Bloody Sire’ and Stephen Crane’s ‘War Is Kind’.” Notes on Contemporary Literature 3.1 (1973): 14-15.
Griffith, Clark. “Stephen Crane and the Ironic Last Word.” Philological Quarterly 47 (1968): 83-91.
Gross, Laurence Frederic. “Stephen Crane: Social Critic.” 1977.
Gross, Theodore L., and Stanley Wertheim. Hawthorne, Melville, Stephen Crane: A Critical Bibliography. New York: Free Press, 1971.
Guinn, Dorothy Margaret. “A Computer Assisted Analysis of Stephen Crane’s Grammatical Style.” 1978.
Gullason, Thomas A., ed. Complete Short Stories and Sketches. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1963.
—. The Complete Novels of Stephen Crane. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1967.
Gullason, Thomas A. “The Last Will and Testament of Mrs. Mary Helen Peck Crane.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 40 (1968): 232-34.
—. “The First Known Review of Stephen Crane’s 1893 Maggie.” English Language Notes 5 (1968): 300-02.
—. “The Cranes at Pennington Seminary.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 39 (1968): 530-41.
—. “A Stephen Crane Find: Nine Newspaper Sketches.” Southern Humanities Review 2 (1968): 1-37.
—. “The New Criticism and Other Ones: Another Ride in ‘the Open Boat’.” CEA Critic: An Official Journal of the College English Association 31.8 (1969): 8-9.
—. “The Letters of Stephen Crane: Additions and Corrections.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 41 (1969): 104-06.
—. “Stallman’s Crane.” CEA Critic: An Official Journal of the College English Association 31.9 (1969): 8.
—. “The Fiction of the Reverend Jonathan Townley Crane, D.D.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 43 (1971): 263-73.
—. “Stephen Crane and the Arena: Three ‘Lost’ Reviews.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 65 (1971): 297-99.
—. Stephen Crane’s Career: Perspectives and Evaluations. New York: N.Y.U. Press, 1972.
Gullason, Thomas A. “Stephen Crane: In Nature’s Bosom.” American Literary Naturalism: A Reassessment. Ed. Yoshinobu–Fried Hakutani, Lewis. Anglistische Forschungen. Heidelberg: Winter, 1975. 37-56.
—. “Stephen Crane’s Sister: New Biographical Facts.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 49 (1977): 234-38.
—. “The Prophetic City in Stephen Crane’s 1893 Maggie.” Modern Fiction Studies 24 (1978): 129-37.
—. “The Permanence of Stephen Crane.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 86-95.
—. “Stephen Crane’s ‘the Wreck of the New Era': The First Known Printing.” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 11 (1978): 295-96.
Haack, Dietmar. “Stephen Crane Und Die ‘Kuhne’ Metapher.” Jahrbuch fur Amerikastudien 14 (1969): 116-23.
—. “Stephen Cranes the Red Badge of Courage.” Der Amerikanische Roman Im 19. Und 20. Jahrhundert. Ed. Edgar Lohner. Berlin: Erich Schmidt, 1974. 138-51.

H
Hafer, Carol B. “The Red Badge of Absurdity: Irony in the Red Badge of Courage.” College Language Association Journal 14 (1971): 440-43.
Hagemann, E. R. “Stephen Crane in the Pages of Life (1896-1901): A Checklist.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.3 (1969): 1-5.
Hagemann, E.R. “Stephen Crane and the Argonaut: 1895-1901.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 5.1 (1970): 8-11.
Hagemann, E.R. “‘Sadder Than the End': Another Look at ‘the Open Boat’.” Stephen Crane in Transition:Centenary Essays. Ed. Joseph–Dickey Katz, James. DeKalb: No. Ill. U.P, 1972. 66-85.
Halladay, Jean R. “A Misdated Crane Poem.” American Notes and Queries 12 (1974): 83-84.
—. “Stallman’s Turned Vs. Crane’s Trun.” American Notes and Queries 13 (1975): 105.
—. “A Note Regarding Crane Biography.” American Notes and Queries 16 (1978): 87-88.
Hallam, George W. “Some New Stephen Crane Items.” Studies in Bibliography: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia 20 (1967): 263-66.
Harrison, Stanley R. “Stephen Crane and Death: A Moment between Two Romanticisms.” Markham Review 2 (1971): 117-20.
Haseganu, Mihaela. “Stephen Crane Si Liviu Rebreanu.” Revista de Istorie si Teorie Literara 22 (1973): 466-68.
Hays, Peter L. “Joseph Conrad and Stephen Crane.” Etudes Anglaises: Grande-Bretagne, Etats-Unis 31 (1978): 26-37.
Hoffmann, Anastasia C. “Outer and Inner Perspectives in the Impressionist Novels of Crane, Conrad and Ford.” Dissertation Abstracts 29 (1969): 2711A-12A.
Holton, Milne. “The Sparrow’s Fall and the Sparrow’s Eye: Crane’s Maggie.” Studia Neophilologica: A Journal of Germanic and Romance Languages and Literature 41 (1969): 115-29.
Holton, Milne. Cylinder of Vision: The Fiction and Journalistic Writing of Stephen Crane. Baton Rouge: La. State U.P, 1972.
Holton, William Milne. “The Cylinder of Vision: The Sketches, Stories and Novels of Stephen Crane.” Dissertation Abstracts 27 (1966): 208A.
Howarth, William L. “The Red Badge of Courage Manuscript: New Evidence for a Critical Edition.” Studies in Bibliography: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia 18 (1965): 229-47.
Hudspeth, Robert N., ed. “A Bibliography of Stephen Crane Scholarship: 1893-1962.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 4 (1963): 30-58.
—. “The Thoth Annual Bibliography of Stephen Crane Scholarship.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 5 (1964): 85-87.
Hudspeth, Robert N. “The Thoth Annual Bibliography of Stephen Crane Scholarship.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 1966; 6; 7.2; 2 (1965): 31-33; 76-77.
Hudspeth, Robert N., ed. “The Thoth Annual Bibliography of Stpehen Crane Scholarship.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 8 (1967): 98-99.
Hungerford, Harold R. “‘That Was at Chancellorsville': The Factual Framework of the Red Badge of Courage.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 34 (1963): 520-31.

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Isaacs, Neil D. “Yojimbo Comes to Yellow Sky.” Kyushu American Literature 10 (1967): 81-86.
Itabashi, Yoshie. “New York City Sketches–Crane’s Greed and Art.” Studies in English Literature p. 208-09.
Itabashi, Yoshie. “Stephen Crane Ni Okeru Shizenshugi No Henyo.” Eigo Seinen 115 (1969): 352-53.
Ives, C. B. “‘the Little Regiment’ of Stephen Crane at the Battle of Fredericksburg.” Midwest Quarterly: A Journal of Contemporary Thought 8 (1967): 247-60.
—. “Symmetrical Design in Four of Stephen Crane’s Stories.” Ball State University Forum 10.1 (1969): 17-26.
Izzo, Carlo. “Aspetti Del Simbolismo Di Stephen Crane.” Il Simbolismo Nella Letteratura Nord-Americana: Atti Del Symposium Tenuto a Firenze 27-29 Novembre 1964. Ed. Mario Praz. Pub. Dell’ist. Di Studi Americani, Univ. Degli Studi Di Firenze. Florence: Nuova Italia, 1965. 191-204.

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Jackson, Agnes M. “Stephen Crane’s Imagery of Conflict in George’s Mother.” Arizona Quarterly 25 (1969): 313-18.
Jager, Dietrich. “Die Darstellung Des Kampfes Bei Stephen Crane, Hemingway, Faulkner, Und Britting.” Amerikanische Erzahlungen Von Hawthorne Bis Salinger: Interpretationen. Ed. Paul G. Buchloh. Kieler Beitrage Zur Anglistik Und Amerikanistik. Kiel: Univ. of Kiel, 1968. 112-54.
James, Overton Philip. “The ‘Game’ in ‘the Bride Comes to Yellow Sky’.” Xavier Review 4 (1965): 3-11.
Johnson, Clarence O. “Crane’s ‘I Was in the Darkness’.” Explicator 34 (1975): Item 6.
—. “Stephen Crane and Zola’s Germinal.” American Notes and Queries 16 (1977): 40-43.
—. “Crane’s ‘Experiment in Misery’.” Explicator 35.4 (1977): 20-21.
Johnson, Glen M. “Stephen Crane’s ‘One Dash – Horses': A Model of ‘Realistic’ Irony.” Modern Fiction Studies 23 (1977): 571-78.
Johnson, George W. “Stephen Crane’s Metaphor of Decorum.” PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 78 (1963): 250-56.
Jordan, Philip D. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (a Story of New York). Lexington: U.P. of Ky, 1970.
Kahn, Sy. “Stephen Crane and the Giant Voice in the Night: An Explication of the Monster.” Essays in Modern American Literature. Ed. Richard E. Langford. DeLand: Stetson UP, 1963. 35-45.

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Karlen, Arno. “The Craft of Stephen Crane.” The Georgia Review 28 (1974): 470-84.
Katz, Joseph. “Cora Crane and the Poetry of Stephen Crane.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 58 (1964): 469-76.
—. “Toward a Descriptive Bibliography of Stephen Crane the Black Riders.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 59 (1965): 150-57.
—. “Some Light on the Stephen Crane-Amy Leslie Affair.” Mad River Review 1 (1965): 43-62.
—. “The Maggie Nobody Knows.” Modern Fiction Studies 12 (1966): 200-12.
—. “‘the Blue Battalions’ and the Uses of Experience.” Studia Neophilologica: A Journal of Germanic and Romance Languages and Literature 38 (1966): 107-16.
Katz, Joseph. “Quarterly Checklist of Stephen Crane Scholarship.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1 (1966): 4-6.
Katz, Joseph, introd. Maggie, a Girl of the Streets: A Story of New York. Gainesville, FL: Sf&R, 1966.
Katz, Joseph. “Crane to Appleton: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1 (1966): 1-2.
—. “A ‘New’ Stephen Crane Poem: An Evaluation.” Notes and Queries 13 (1966): 346-49.
—. “The Poems of Stephen Crane: A Critical Edition.” Dissertation Abstracts 28 (1967): 2250A.
—. “Stephen Crane’s Passport Applications: Parts Ii and Iii.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1969; 3; 3.2; 4 (1968): 3-4; 6-7.
—. “Stephen Crane, ‘Samuel Carlton,’ and a Recovered Letter.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction 23 (1968): 220-25.
—. “Stephen Crane to Julius Chambers.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.2 (1968): 11.
—. “Stephen Crane to John Thomas Lee: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.2 (1968): 8.
—. “Stephen Crane to James Macarthur: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.2 (1968): 5.
Katz, Joseph. “Hamlin Garland’s Copy of the Red Badge of Courage.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.2 (1968): 10.
—. “Great Battles of the World: Manuscripts and Method.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.2 (1968): 5-7.
—. “A Note on Stephen Crane: Sullivan County Tales and Sketches.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.2 (1968): 5.
—. “The Red Badge of Courage Contract.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.4 (1968): 5-10.
—. “The ‘Preceptor’ and Another Poet: Thomas Wentworth Higginson and Stephen Crane.” The Serif 5.1 (1968): 17-21.
—. “Stephen Crane’s Passport Applications, I.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.1 (1968): 7-8.
—. “Stephen Crane to Miss Daisy D. Hill: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.4 (1968): 10.
—. “Stephen Crane to Lucius L. Button: Three New Letters.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.1 (1968): 4.
—. “Stephen Crane to Irving Bacheller: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.4 (1968): 10-11.
—. “Stephen Crane to Harry Thompson: A ‘New’ Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.1 (1968): 4.
Katz, Joseph. “Stephen Crane Flinches.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.1 (1968): 6-7.
—. “Stephen Crane at Claverack College and Hudson River Institute.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.4 (1968): 1-5.
—. “Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (1893): A Census, Ii.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.1 (1968): 6.
—. “How Elbert Hubbard Met Stephen Crane.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.3 (1968): 8-12.
—. “Elbert Hubbard to Lyman Chandler: A Note on Crane’s Poetic.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.1 (1968): 8-9.
—. “Corwin Knapp Linson on the Third Violet.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.1 (1968): 5.
—. “An Editor’s Recollection of the Red Badge of Courage.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.3 (1968): 3-6.
—. “An Early Draft of ‘the Blue Hotel’.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.1 (1968): 1-2.
Katz, Joseph, introd. The Red Badge of Courage. Merrill Editions. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill, 1969.
Katz, Joseph. “The Open Boat and Other Stories: Dedication and Contents.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.4 (1969): 9-10.
Katz, Joseph, ed. The Blue Hotel. Merrill Literary Casebooks. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill, 1969.
Katz, Joseph. “Stephen Crane to J. G. Widrig: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.4 (1969): 2-3.
—. “Stephen Crane to an Unknown Recipient: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.3 (1969): 7.
—. “Recovered Comment: ‘More “Black Riders” by Crane’.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.4 (1969): 12.
—. “Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (1893): A Census (Part Iii).” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.3 (1969): 10-11.
—. “Ex Libris Stephen Crane: Under Pine and Palm.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.4 (1969): 8.
—. Checklist of Stephen Crane. Merrill Checklists. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill, 1969.
—. “An Early Draft of ‘Moonlight on the Snow’.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.4 (1969): 1-2.
—. “An Early Draft of ‘Death and the Child’.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.3 (1969): 1.
—. “The Thoth Checklist.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 5.1 (1970): 11-12.
Katz, Joseph. “The Red Badge of Courage from 1911 to 1923.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 5.1 (1970): 1-2.
—. “The Correspondence of Stephen and Cora Crane: An Announcement.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 5.1 (1970): 11.
—. “Stephen Crane and Irving Bacheller’s Gold.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 5.1 (1970): 4-5.
—. “Preface.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 5.1 (1970): 1.
—. “Theodore Dreiser and Stephen Crane: Studies in a Literary Relationship.” Stephen Crane in Transition:Centenary Essays. Ed. Joseph–Dickey Katz, James. DeKalb: No. Ill. U.P, 1972. 174-204.
—. “Practical Editions: Stephen Crane’s the Red Badge of Courage.” Proof: Yearbook of American Bibliographical and Textual Studies 2 (1972): 301-19.
—. “Afterword: Resources for the Study of Stephen Crane.” Stephen Crane in Transition:Centenary Essays. Ed. Joseph–Dickey Katz, James. DeKalb: No. Ill. U.P, 1972. 205-31.
—. “Stephen Crane ‘Bibliographed': A Review.” Proof: Yearbook of American Bibliographical and Textual Studies 3 (1973): 455-60.
Katz, Joseph, and Matthew J. Bruccoli. “A Third Printing of Maggie (1896).” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1 (1966): 2-3.
Katz, Joseph, and James Dickey, eds. Stephen Crane in Transition: Centenary Essays. DeKalb: No. Ill. U.P, 1972.
Katz, Joseph, and Lillian B. Gilkes. “Not at Columbia: Postcards to Cora Crane.” Columbia Library Columns 23.2 (1974): 21-30.
Katz, Joseph, et al. Stephen Crane Newsletter. 4 iii, 1970.
Kawakami, Tadao. “The Red Badge of Courage Saiko: Sono Kozo to Buntai to Tema to No Sokan Wo Megutte.” Gengo to Buntai: Higashida Chiaki Kyoju Kanreki Kinen Ronbunshu. Ed. Chiaki Higashida. Osaka: Osaka Kyoiku Tosho, 1975. 267-74.
Kazin, Alfred, et al. “On Stephen Crane and ‘the Blue Hotel’.” The American Short Story. Ed. Calvin L.–Geller Skaggs, Robert. New York: Dell. 394 pp, 1977. 77-81.
Keller, Dean H. “Stephen Crane to Copeland & Day: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.1 (1967): 7-8.
Kerscher, Rudolf. “Whilomville Stories: Stephen Cranes Vergessene Kindheitserzahlungen.” Die Neueren Sprachen 15 (1966): 77-80.
Kibler, James E., Jr. “The Library of Stephen and Cora Crane.” Proof: Yearbook of American Bibliographical and Textual Studies 1 (1971): 199-246.
Kibler, James E. “R.W. Stallman’s Stephen Crane: A Critical Bibliography.” Costerus: Essays in English and American Language and Literature N.S. 1 (1974): 177-88.
Killoran, David George. “A Critical Study of the Short Stories of Stephen Crane.” 1975.
Kinnamon, Jon M. “Henry James, the Bartender in Stephen Crane’s ‘the Blue Hotel’.” Arizona Quarterly 30 (1974): 160-63.
Kirschke, James J. “The Art of Stephen Crane.” Modern Age: A Quarterly Review 18.1 (1974): 105-09.
Kisner, Madeleine. “Color in the Worlds and Works of Poe, Hawthorne, Crane, Anderson, and Welty.” 1975.
Kissane, Leedice. “Interpretation through Language: A Study of the Metaphors in Stephen Crane’s the Open Boat.” Rendezvous: Journal of Arts and Letters 1.1 (1966): 18-22.
Klotz, Marvin. “Romance or Realism?: Plot, Theme, and Character in the Red Badge of Courage.” College Language Association Journal 6 (1962): 98-106.
Knapp, Daniel. “Son of Thunder: Stephen Crane and the Fourth Evangelist.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction 24 (1969): 253-91.
Kramer, Maurice. “Crane’s Maggie: A Girl of the Streets.” Explicator 22 (1964): Item 49.
Krauth, Leland. “Heroes and Heroics: Stephen Crane’s Moral Imperative.” South Dakota Review 11.2 (1973): 86-93.
Krauth, Philip L. “The Necessary Coxcomb: The Theme of Egotism in the Works of Stephen Crane.” 1971.
Krupnick, Mark L. “Stephen Crane and Edith Wharton: Two Essays in the Literature of Disinheritance.” Dissertation Abstracts 30 (1969): 1567A-68A.
Kuspit, Donald B. “Charles Dana Gibson’s Girl.” Jahrbuch fur Amerikastudien 7 (1962): 183-87.
Kwiat, Joseph J. “Stephen Crane and Frank Norris: The Magazine and the ‘Revolt’ in American Literature in the 1890’s.” Western Humanities Review 30 (1976): 309-22.
—. “Stephen Crane’s Literary Theory: ‘the Effort Born of Pain’.” Amerikastudien/American Studies 24 (1979): 152-56.
Kyles, Gillian G.M. “Stephen Crane and ‘Corporal O’connor’s Story’.” Studies in Bibliography: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia 27 (1974): 294-95.

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La France, Marston. “Stephen Crane’s Private Fleming: His Various Battles.” Patterns of Commitment in American Literature. Ed. Marston LaFrance. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1967. 113-33.
—. A Reading of Stephen Crane. Oxford: Clarendon, 1971.
LaFrance, Marston. “The Role of Illusion in the Work of Stephen Crane.” Dissertation Abstracts 25 (1965): 6628-29.
—. “A Few Facts About Stephen Crane and ‘Holland’.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 37 (1965): 195-202.
—. “The Ironic Parallel in Stephen Crane’s 1892 Newspaper Correspondence.” Studies in Short Fiction 6 (1968): 101-03.
—. “Crane, Zola, and the Hot Ploughshares.” English Language Notes 7 (1970): 285-87.
—. “George’s Mother and the Other Half of Maggie.” Stephen Crane in Transition:Centenary Essays. Ed. Joseph–Dickey Katz, James. DeKalb: No. Ill. U.P, 1972. 35-53.
LaFrance, Marston. “Stephen Crane in Our Time.” The Chief Glory of Every People:Essays on Classic American Writers. Ed. Matthew J. Bruccoli. Carbondale and Edwardsville: So. Ill. U.P, 1973. 27-51.
—. “Stephen Crane Scholarship Today and Tomorrow.” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 7 (1974): 125-35.
Lainoff, Seymour. “Jimmie in Crane’s Maggie.” Iowa English Bulletin 10 (1965): 53-54.
Lavers, Norman. “Order in the Red Badge of Courage.” University Review 32 (1966): 287-95.
Leary, Lewis. “Too Brilliant to Last.” Sewanee Review 77 (1969): 294-300.
Linder, Lyle. “Applications from Social Science to Literary Biography: The Family World of Stephen Crane.” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 7 (1974): 280-82.
Linder, Lyle Dean. “Children in the Literary Work of Stephen Crane.” 1975.
Lindor, Lyle D. “‘the Ideal and the Real’ and ‘Brer Washington’s Consolation': Two Little Known Stories by Stephen Crane?” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 11 (1978): 1-33.
Link, Franz H. “Stephen Cranes ‘the Blue Hotel': Eine Interpretation.” Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 5 (1972): 22-32.
Lorch, Thomas M. “The Cyclical Structure of the Red Badge of Courage.” College Language Association Journal 10 (1967): 229-38.

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MacMillan, Duane J. “Sister Carrie, ‘Chapter Iv': Theodore Dreiser’s ‘Tip-of-the-Hat’ to Stephen Crane.” Dreiser Newsletter 10.1 (1979): 1-7.
Mailloux, Steven. “The Red Badge of Courage and Interpretive Conventions: Critical Response to a Maimed Text.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 48-63.
Mane, Robert. “Une Rencontre Litteraire: Hamlin Garland Et Stephen Crane.” Etudes Anglaises: Grande-Bretagne, Etats-Unis 17 (1964): 30-46.
Mangum, A. Bryant. “The Latter Days of Henry Fleming.” American Notes and Queries 13 (1975): 136-38.
Mangum, Bryant. “Crane’s Red Badge and Zola’s.” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 9 (1976): 279-80.
Marcus, Mordecai. “Structure and Irony in Stephen Crane’s ‘War Is Kind’.” College Language Association Journal 9 (1966): 274-78.
Marlowe, Jean G. “Crane’s Wafer Image: Reference to an Artillery Primer?” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 43 (1972): 645-47.
Marovitz, Sanford E. “Scratchy the Demon in ‘the Bride Comes to Yellow Sky’.” Tennessee Studies in Literature 16 (1971): 137-40.
Martins, Heitor. “Crane, Xavier, Chocano: Un Caso De Plagio Interamericano.” Revista de Cultura Brasilena 25 (1968): 173-81.
Mavrocordato, Alexandre. “Maggie, Allegorie Du Coeur.” Etudes Anglaises: Grande-Bretagne, Etats-Unis 31 (1978): 38-51.
May, Candace. “Stephen Crane Bibliography.” Thoth: Syracuse University Graduate Studies in English 14.2-3 (1974): 53-55.
Mayer, Charles W. “Social Forms Vs Human Brotherhood in Crane’s the Monster.” Ball State University Forum 14.3 (1973): 29-37.
—. “Stephen Crane and the Realistic Tradition: ‘Three Miraculous Soldiers’.” Arizona Quarterly 30 (1974): 127-34.
—. “Two Kids in the House of Chance: Crane’s ‘the Five White Mice’.” Research Studies 44 (1976): 52-57.
Maynard, Reid. “Red as Leitmotiv in the Red Badge of Courage.” Arizona Quarterly 30 (1974): 135-41.
Mazzorana, Mary Paul, O.S.F. “The Problem of Determinism in the Short Fiction of Stephen Crane.” Dissertation Abstracts 26 (1966): 6718-19.
McDermott, John J. “Symbolism and Psychological Realism in the Red Badge of Courage.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction 23 (1968): 324-31.
McGregor, Elisabeth Johnson. “The Poet’s Bible: Biblical Elements in the Poetry of Emily Dickinson, Stephen Crane, Edwin Arlington Robinson, and Robert Frost.” 1979.
McIlvaine, Robert. “Crane’s Maggie: A Source for the Hairy Ape?” The Eugene O’Neill Newsletter 2.3 (1979): 8-10.
McIlvaine, Robert M. “A Literary Source for Hurstwood’s Last Scene.” Research Studies 40 (1972): 44-46.
Meyers, Robert. “Crane’s ‘the Open Boat’.” Explicator 21 (1963): Item 60.
Miller, Ruth. “Regions of Snow: The Poetic Style of Stephen Crane.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library 72 (1968): 328-49.
Modlin, Charles E., and John R. Byers, Jr. “Stephen Crane’s ‘the Monster’ as Christian Allegory.” Markham Review 3 (1973): 110-13.
Monteiro, George. “Whilomville as Judah: Crane’s ‘a Little Pilgrimage’.” Renascence: Essays on Value in Literature 19 (1967): 184-89.
—. “Ralph Paine and ‘the Memory of Stephen Crane’.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.1 (1967): 6-7.
—. “Cora Crane to John Hay: A New Letter on Sc’s Havana Disappearance.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1.3 (1967): 2-3.
—. “Bernard Berenson’s Notes on Stephen Crane.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.3 (1968): 1-2.
—. “A Capsule Assessment of Stephen Crane by Hamlin Garland.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.1 (1968): 2.
—. “The Illustrated American and Stephen Crane’s Contemporary Reputation.” The Serif 6.4 (1969): 49-54.
—. “Stephen Crane’s Dan Emmonds: A Case Reargured.” The Serif 6.1 (1969): 32-36.
Monteiro, George. “Paul Lemperly’s Maggie (1893) and a New Stephen Crane Letter.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.3 (1969): 7-9.
—. “‘Grand Opera for the People': An Unrecorded Stephen Crane Printing.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 63 (1969): 29-30.
—. “Stephen Crane and Public Opinion: An Annotated Checklist, an Unrecorded Parody, and a Review of the O’ruddy.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 5.1 (1970): 5-8.
—. “With Proper Words (or without Them) the Soldier Dies: Stephen Crane’s ‘Making an Orator’.” Cithara: Essays in the Judaeo-Christian Tradition 9.2 (1970): 64-72.
—. “Society and Nature in Stephen Crane’s ‘the Men in the Storm’.” Prairie Schooner 45 (1971): 13-17.
—. “The Logic beneath ‘the Open Boat’.” The Georgia Review 26 (1972): 326-35.
—. “Stephen Crane and the Antinomies of Christian Charity.” The Centennial Review 16 (1972): 91-104.
—. “Crane’s ‘Lines': A Last Note on the Bookman.” Prairie Schooner 47 (1973): 268.
—. “Crane’s ‘a Man Adrift on a Slim Spar,’ 20.” Explicator 32 (1973): Item 14.
—. “Stephen Crane’s ‘Yellow Sky’ Sequel.” Arizona Quarterly 30 (1974): 119-26.
Monteiro, George. “Heinemann’s ‘Colonial Edition’ of Stephen Crane’s Bowery Tales.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 71 (1977): 221.
—. “Stephen Crane and the Atlantic Monthly: Two New Letters.” American Notes and Queries 16 (1978): 70-72.
—. “Stephen Crane: A New Appreciation by Edward Garnett.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 50 (1978): 465-71.
Morace, Robert. “The Sketch’s ‘Mr. Stephen Crane’.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 154-55.
—. “Stephen Crane’s ‘the Merry-Go-Round': An Earlier Version of ‘the Pace of Youth’.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 146-53.
Morace, Robert A. “A ‘New’ Review of the Red Badge of Courage.” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 8 (1975): 163-65.

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Nagel, James. “The Narrative Method of ‘the Open Boat’.” Revue des Langues Vivantes 39 (1973): 409-17.
—. “Structure and Theme in Crane’s ‘an Experiment in Misery’.” Studies in Short Fiction 10 (1973): 169-74.
—. “Stephen Crane: Nine Recent Books.” Studies in American Fiction 1 (1973): 232-40.
—. “Impressionism in ‘the Open Boat’ and ‘a Man and Some Others’.” Research Studies 43 (1975): 27-37.
Nagel, James. “Stephen Crane and the Narrative Methods of Impressionism.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 76-85.
Nagel, James E. “Structure and Theme in the Fiction of Stephen Crane.” 1972.
—. “Stephen Crane’s ‘the Clan of No-Name’.” Kyushu American Literature 14 (1972): 34-42.
Nelson, Carl. “The Ironic Allusive Texture of Lord Jim: Coleridge, Crane, Milton, and Melville.” Conradiana: A Journal of Joseph Conrad 4.2 (1972): 47-59.
Nelson, Harland S. “Stephen Crane’s Achievement as a Poet.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 4 (1963): 564-82.
Nettels, Elsa. “Conrad and Stephen Crane.” Conradiana: A Journal of Joseph Conrad 10 (1978): 267-83.
Nichols, Kathleen L. Gamill. “The Eternal Fact of Conflict: The Heroic Stance in Stephen Crane’s Poetry and Fiction.” 1975.
Noel, Edgar E. “Stephen Crane: A Realist Who Painted with Words.” Kyushu American Literature 12 (1970): 20-31.
Nordloh, David J. “On Crane Now Edited: The University of Virginia Edition of the Works of Stephen Crane.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 103-19.
Normand, J. “Sous Le Signe Du Centaure: La ‘Bataille’ De Stephen Crane.” Etudes Anglaises: Grande-Bretagne, Etats-Unis 18 (1965): 269-84.

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Oba, Masaru. “S. Crane: Parody No Kokoromi.” America Shosetsu No Tenkai. Ed. Katsuji–Iwamoto Takamura, Iwao. Tokyo: Shohakusha, 1977. 133-42.
O’Brien, Matthew C. “‘the Sweet Teaching of the Heavens': The Significance of the Sun in Civil War Literature.” Helios: From Myth to Solar Energy: Images of the Sun in Myth and Legend; the Sun in Literature, Art, and Music; Solar Energy Projections – Social, Economic, Legal, and Political. Ed. M. E. Grenander. Albany: Inst. for Humanistic Studies, 1978. 411-20.
O’Donnell, Bernard. “An Analysis of Prose Style to Determine Authorship: The O’ruddy, a Novel by Stephen Crane and Robert Barr.” Dissertation Abstracts 24 (1964): 2894.
—. “Stephen Crane’s the O’ruddy: A Problem in Authorship Discrimination.” The Computer and Literary Style: Introductory Essays and Studies. Ed. Jacob –Vincent Leed, Howard P. Eng. Kent: Kent State UP, 1966. 107-15.
—. An Analysis of Prose Style to Determine Authorship: The O’ruddy, a Novel by Stephen Crane and Robert Barr. Studies in General and Comparative Literature. The Hague: Mouton, 1970.
Okada, Ryoichi. “Another Source of Crane’s Metaphor, ‘the Red Badge of Courage’.” American Notes and Queries 14 (1976): 73-74.
Oliviero, Toni H. “‘People as the Seem to Me': Determinism and Morality as Literary Devices in Three Novels of Stephen Crane.” Seminaires 1976. Ed. Jean –Cazemajou Beranger, Jean –Barat, Jean-Claude. Annales Du Centre De Recherches Sur L’amer. Anglophone. Univ. de Bordeaux III, Talence: Centre de Recherches sur l’Amer. Anglophone, 1977. 167-81.
Osborn, Neal J. “Crane’s ‘the Monster’ and ‘the Blue Hotel’.” Explicator 23 (1964): Item 10.
—. “William Ellery Channing and the Red Badge of Courage.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library 69 (1965): 182-96.
—. “The Riddle in ‘the Clan': A Key to Crane’s Major Fiction?” Bulletin of the New York Public Library 69 (1965): 247-58.
Osborn, Neal J. “Optograms, George Moore, and Crane’s ‘Silver Pageant’.” American Notes and Queries 4 (1965): 39-40.
Osborne, William. “Form and Value in Four Short Stories: Some Critical Approaches.” Interpretations: Studies in Language and Literature 1 (1968): 22-27.
Oser, Marilyn Schiffman. “Rhetorical Patterns in Fiction: A Study in the Narrative Art.” 1975.
Overland, Orm. “The Impressionism of Stephen Crane: A Study in Style and Technique.” Americana Norvegica: Norwegian Contributions to American Studies. Ed. Sigmund –Wasser Skard, Henry H. Oslo; Philadelphia: Gyldendal Norsk, 1966. 239-85.

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Paredes, Raymund A. “Stephen Crane and the Mexican.” Western American Literature 6 (1971): 31-38.
Parker, Hershel. “Aesthetic Implications of Authorial Excisions: Examples from Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mark Twain, and Stephen Crane.” Editing Nineteenth-Century Fiction. Ed. Jane Millgate. New York: Garland, 1978. 99-119.
Parker, Hershel, and James T. Cox. “Special Number on Stephen Crane, 1978.” Studies in the Novel 10.1 (1978).
Parker, Hershel, and Brian Higgins. “Maggie’s ‘Last Night': Authorial Design and Editorial Patching.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 64-75.
Peck, Richard Earl. “Stephen Crane and Baudelaire: A Direct Link.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 37 (1965): 202-04.
—. “Method and Meaning in the Poetry of Stephen Crane.” Dissertation Abstracts 25 (1965): 5938.
Peck, Richard Earl. “A ‘New’ Stephen Crane Poem.” Notes and Queries 12 (1965): 64-66.
Peirce, J.F. “Stephen Crane’s Use of Figurative Language in ‘the Blue Hotel’.” South Central Bulletin 34 (1974): 160-64.
Perosa, Sergio. “Stephen Crane Fra Naturalismo E Impressionismo.” Annali della Facolta di Lingue e Letterature Straniere di Ca’ Foscari 3 (1964): 119-42.
Peterson, Clell T. “Crane on Herons.” Notes and Queries 10 (1963): 29.
Pierle, Robert C. “Irony in the Fiction of Stephen Crane.” 1973.
Pilgrim, Tim A. “Repetition as a Nihilistic Device in Stephen Crane’s ‘the Blue Hotel’.” Studies in Short Fiction 11 (1974): 125-29.
Piper, Mark Scott. “A Sublime Egotism: Irony and Meaning in the Fiction of Stephen Crane.” 1976.
Pisapia, Biancamaria. Stephen Crane : The Red Badge of Courage. Biblioteca Di Testi Americani. Bari: Adriatica, 1970.
Pizer, Donald. “Stephen Crane’s Maggie and American Naturalism.” Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 7 (1965): 168-75.
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Pizer, Donald. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. San Francisco: Chandler, 1968.
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—. “Stephen Crane: A Review of Scholarship and Criticism since 1969.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 120-45.
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Raasch, Albert. “Whilomville Stories: Stephen Cranes Vergessene Kindheitserzahlungen.” Die Neueren Sprachen 15 (1966): 77-86.
Randel, William. “Stephen Crane’s Jacksonville.” South Atlantic Quarterly 62 (1963): 268-74.
—. “From Slate to Emerald Green: More Light on Crane’s Jacksonville Visit.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction 19 (1965): 357-68.
Rathbun, John W. “Structure and Meaning in the Red Badge of Courage.” Ball State University Forum 10.1 (1969): 8-16.
Rechnitz, Robert M. “Depersonalization and the Dream in the Red Badge of Courage.” Studies in the Novel 6 (1974): 76-87.
Reynolds, Gordon D. “Psychological Rebirth in Selected Works by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Stephen Crane, Henry James, William Faulkner, and Ralph Ellison.” 1974.
Reynolds, James M., Jr. “Man and the Universe in the Fiction of Stephen Crane.” 1971.
Richter, Heddy A. “The Long Foreground of Corwin Knapp Linson’s My Stephen Crane.” Studies in the Novel 10 (1978): 161-67.
Robertson, Jamie. “Stephen Crane, Eastern Outsider in the West and Mexico.” Western American Literature 13 (1978): 243-57.
Rogers, Rodney O. “Stephen Crane and Impressionism.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction 24 (1969): 292-304.
Ross, Donald, Jr. “Who’s Talking? How Characters Become Narrators in Fiction.” Modern Language Notes 91 (1976): 1222-42.
Rude, Donald W. “Joseph Conrad, Stephen Crane and W.L. Courtney’s Review of the Nigger of the ‘Narcissus’.” English Literature in Transition (1880-1920) 21 (1978): 188-97.
Ryan, Robert E. “Literary Naturalism and Stephen Crane’s Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts 28 (1968): 2656A.

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Sadler, Frank. “Crane’s ‘Fleming': Appellation for Coward or Hero?” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 48 (1976): 372-76.
Safranek, William P. “Crane’s the Red Badge of Courage.” Explicator 26 (1967): Item 21.
Salzberg, Joel. “The Artist Manque: Tower Symbolism in Melville and Crane.” American Transcendental Quarterly: Journal of New England Writers 29 (1976): 55-61.
Schmitz, Neil. “Stephen Crane and the Colloquial Self.” Midwest Quarterly: A Journal of Contemporary Thought 13 (1972): 437-51.
Sharma, D.R. “War and the Individual Man in the Red Badge of Courage.” The Literary Criterion 9.2 (1970): 56-64.
—. “The Naturalistic and the Esthetic in Stephen Crane.” Panjab University Research Bulletin (Arts) 3.1 (1972): 75-84.
Shima, Hideo. “Nature, Love, and Solitude in Stephen Crane’s Poems.” Collected Essays by the Members of the Faculty. Kyoritsu, Japan: Kyoritsu Women’s Junior College, 1969. 82-102.
Shloss, Carol. “John Berryman on Stephen Crane: The Nature of Speculation in Biography.” Literature and Psychology 29 (1979): 169-75.
Shulman, Irving. “A Study of the Juvenile Delinquent as Depicted in the Twentieth-Century American Novel to 1950.” 1972.
Shulman, Robert. “Community, Perception, and the Development of Stephen Crane: From the Red Badge to ‘the Open Boat’.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 50 (1978): 441-60.
Sieglen, John H. “The Metonymous World of the Child in Stephen Crane’s Whilomville Stories.” Dissertation Abstracts 29 (1969): 4504A.
Silva, Fred. “Uncivil Battles and Civil Wars.” The Classic American Novel and the Movies. Ed. Gerald–Shatzkin Peary, Roger. Ungar Film Lib. New York: Ungar, 1977. 114023.
Simmen, Edward. “Stephen Crane and the Aziola Club of Galveston: A New Crane Letter.” Journal of Modern Literature 7 (1979): 169-72.
Simoneaux, Katherine G. “Color Imagery in Crane’s George’s Mother.” College Language Association Journal 14 (1971): 410-19.
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Sloane, David E.E. “Stephen Crane at Lafayette.” Resources for American Literary Study 2 (1972): 102-05.
Slote, Bernice. “Stephen Crane and Willa Cather.” The Serif 6.4 (1969): 3-15.
—. “Stephen Crane in the Nebraska State Journal.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.4 (1969): 4-5.
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Slotkin, Alan R. “A Study of the Use of Dialect and Diction in Selected Works of Stephen Crane: The Language of New York City and Its Rural Environs.” 1971.
—. “Bungstarter, Mightish Well, and Cultural Confusion.” American Speech: A Quarterly of Linguistic Usage 54 (1979): 69-71.
Smith, Allen North. “Stephen Crane and the Darwinian Revolution.” 1975.
Smith, Leverett T., Jr. “Stephen Crane’s Calvinism.” Canadian Review of American Studies 2 (1971): 13-25.
Sojka, Gregory S. “Stephen Crane’s ‘a Little Pilgrim': Whilomville’s Young Martyr.” NMAL: Notes on Modern American Literature 3 (1978): Item 3.
Solomon, Eric. Stephen Crane in England: A Portrait of the Artist. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 1964.
—. “Yet Another Source for the Red Badge of Courage.” English Language Notes 2 (1965): 215-17.
—. “Stephen Crane, English Critics, and American Reviewers.” Notes and Queries 12 (1965): 62-64.
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Spinucci, Pietro. “La Poesia Di Stephen Crane.” Studi Americani 17 (1971): 93-120.
Spofford, William Knowlton. “The Unity of the Poetry and Prose of Stephen Crane: A Study of Motif, Structure, and Ethic.” 1975.
Spofford, William K. “Crane’s ‘the Monster’.” Explicator 36.2 (1978): 5-7.
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Stallman, Robert W. “Stephen Crane as Dramatist.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library 67 (1963): 495-97.
Stallman, R. W. “Was Crane’s Sketch of the Fleet Off Crete a Journalistic Hoax?: A Reply to Miss Gilkes.” Studies in Short Fiction 2 (1964): 72-76.
Stallman, R. W., ed. “New Short Fiction by Stephen Crane.” Studies in Short Fiction 1964; 1; 1 (1964): 1-7; 147-52.
—. “Stephen Crane: Some New Sketches.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library 71 (1967): 554-62.
Stallman, R. W. “Stephen Crane and Cooper’s Uncas.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 39 (1967): 392-96.
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Stallman, R. W. “That Crane, That Albatross around My Neck: A Self-Interview by R.W. Stallman.” Journal of Modern Literature 7 (1979): 147-69.
Stallman, R. W., ed., and E. R. Hagemann, ed. The War Dispatches of Stephen Crane. New York: NYU Press, 1964.
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Stappenbeck, Herb. “Crane’s ‘the Open Boat’.” Explicator 34 (1976): Item 41.
Starr, Alvin. “The Concept of Fear in the Works of Stephen Crane and Richard Wright.” Studies in Black Literature 6.2 (1975): 6-10.
Starr, Alvin Jerome. “The Influences of Stephen Crane, Theodore Dreiser, and James T. Farrell on the Fiction of Richard Wright.” 1975.
Starrett, Vincent. “Stephen Crane at Claverack.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.1 (1967): 4.
Stephens, Gary R. “A Study of the Major Work of Stephen Crane.” 1973.
Stephenson, Edward R. “Stephen Crane and Ernest Hemingway: A Study in Literary Continuity.” 1973.
Stern, Madeleine. “Stephen Crane and the Organ of Hope.” Markham Review 6 (1976): 15-16.
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Stoppe, Eleanor C. “A Transformational Analysis of Stephen Crane’s Novels.” 1974.
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Stronks, James B. “Stephen Crane’s English Years: The Legend Corrected.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 57 (1963): 340-49.
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Strother, Garland. “Shifts in Point of View in the Damnation of Theron Ware.” Frederic Herald 3.1 (1969): 2.
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Tanselle, G. Thomas. “The New Editions of Hawthorne and Crane.” The Book Collector 23 (1974): 214-29.
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Tennenbaum, Ruth Betsy. “The Artful Monstrosity of Crane’s Monster.” Studies in Short Fiction 14 (1977): 403-05.
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Tibbetts, A. M. “Stephen Crane’s ‘the Bride Comes to Yellow Sky’.” The English Journal 54 (1965): 314-16.
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Ursell, Geoffrey. “Conrad: Two Misdated Letters.” Notes and Queries 17 (1970): 36-37.
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Van Meter, Jan. “Sex and War in the Red Badge of Courage: Cultural Themes and Literary Criticism.” Genre 7 (1974): 71-90.
Vanderbilt, Kermit, and Daniel Weiss. “From Rifleman to Flagbearer: Henry Fleming’s Separate Peace in the Red Badge of Courage.” Modern Fiction Studies 11 (1966): 371-80.
Vanouse, Donald. “Popular Culture in the Writings of Stephen Crane.” Journal of Popular Culture 10 (1976): 424-30.
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Vasil’evskaja, O. V. “Evoljucija Tvorcestva Stivena Krejna.” Izvestiia Akademii Nauk S.S.S.R., Seriia Literatury i Iazyka 24 (1965): 226-36.
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Washaver, Gerald Edward. “Psycho-Geographic Traditions of City Folk in the 1890’s as Revealed in Writings by Mariana Van Rensselaer, H.C. Bunner, and Stephen Crane.” 1979.
Wasserstrom, William. “Hydraulics and Heroics: William James and Stephen Crane.” Prospects: An Annual Journal of American Cultural Studies 4 (1979): 215-35.
Weatherford, Richard M. “The Growth of Stephen Crane’s Literary Reputation.” 1970.
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Weatherford, Richard M. “A New Stephen Crane Letter.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 48 (1976): 79-81.
Weeks, Robert P. “The Power of the Tacit in Crane and Hemingway.” Modern Fiction Studies 8 (1963): 415-18.
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Weinig, Mary Anthony. “Heroic Convention in ‘the Blue Hotel’.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2.3 (1968): 6-7.
Weinstein, Bernard. “The Journalism of Stephen Crane: Its History and Significance.” Dissertation Abstracts 30 (1969): 345A-46A.
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—. “Stephen Crane’s Middle Name.” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3.4 (1969): 3-4.
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—. “Stephen Crane’s ‘a Detail’.” Markham Review 5 (1975): 14-15.
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Wertheim, Stanley. “H.G. Wells to Cora Crane: Some Letters and Corrections.” Resources for American Literary Study 9 (1979): 207-12.
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Westbrook, Max. “Stephen Crane’s Poetry: Perspective and Arrogance.” Bucknell Review: A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 11.4 (1963): 24-34.
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—. “Fiction and Belief.” Canadian Review of American Studies 3 (1972): 63-67.
White, John W., Jr. “Stephen Crane’s Fascination with Man: A Study of Christian Themes in His Fiction.” 1969.
White, W. M. “The Crane-Hemingway Code: A Reevaluation.” Ball State University Forum 10.2 (1969): 15-20.
Witherington, Paul. “Public and Private Order in Stephen Crane’s ‘the Upturned Face’.” Markham Review 6 (1977): 70-71.
Wolford, Chester L., Jr. “The Anger of Stephen Crane: The Epic Tradition in Selected Fiction of Stephen Crane.” 1975.
Wolford, Chester L. “The Eagle and the Crow: High Tragedy and Epic in ‘the Blue Hotel’.” Prairie Schooner 51 (1977): 260-74.
Wolk, G. “Das Phanomen Des Todes Im Werk Von Stephen Crane.” 1979.
Wolter, Jurgen. “O’neill’s ‘Open Boat’.” Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 11 (1978): 222-29.
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Woodward, Robert H. “George Gissing on Frederic: A Correction.” Frederic Herald 2.3 (1969): 2.
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