1996-2009 Bibliography

Bibliography 1996-2009

New Books and Articles
1996-2009 Bibliography
1980-1995 Bibliography
1962-1979 Bibliography

2009

Alonzo, Juan J. Badmen, Bandits, and Folk Heroes : The Ambivalence of Mexican American Identity in Literature and Film. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2009.

Alvarez Curbelo, Silvia. “‘A Splendid Little War': Carl Sandburg, Stephen Crane Y Richard Harding Davis En La Invasion De Puerto Rico (1898).” Torre: Revista de la Universidad de Puerto Rico 14.53-54 (2009): 181-201. Print.

Barrett, Lindsay. “The Painters of Modern Life: Stephen Crane, Edward Garnett and Henry Lawson.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (Supplement) (2009): (no pagination). Print.

Bloom, Harold. Stephen Crane. Bloom’s Classic Critical Views. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2009.

Crane, Stephen, and Jerome J. McGann. The Black Riders and Other Lines. Literature by Design: British and American Books 1889-1930. Facsimile ed. Houston: Rice University Press, 2009.

Crane, StephenThe Red Badge of Courage. Ed. Paul Sorrentino. The John Harvard Library. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2009.

Dooley, Patrick K. “Stephen Crane: An Annotated Bibliography of Secondary Scholarship: Book Chapters and Articles through 2007.” Stephen Crane Studies 18.2 (2009): 10-29. Print.

Dowling, Robert M., and Donald Pizer. “A Cold Case File Reopened: Was Crane’s Maggie Murdered or a Suicide?” American Literary Realism 42.1 (2009): 36-53. Print.

Fagg, John. On the Cusp: Stephen Crane, George Bellows, and Modernism. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2009.

Gaskill, Nicholas. “Red Cars with Red Lights and Red Drivers: Color, Crane, and Qualia.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 81.4 (2009): 719-45. Print

Harrington, Paula. “No Mongrels Need Apply.” Minnesota Review: A Journal of Committed Writing 73-74 (2009): 219-30. Print.

Leary, John Patrick. “America’s Other Half: Slum Journalism and the War of 1898.” Journal of Transnational American Studies 1.1 (2009): 1-33. Print.

Mayer, Gary H. “A General Semantics Approach to the Red Badge of Courage.” ETC.: A Review of General Semantics 66.3 (2009): 258-62. Print.

Monteiro, George. “Is ‘a Newsboy Capitalist’ Crane’s Work?” Stephen Crane Studies 18.2 (2009): 30-32. Print.

Monteiro, George. “Real Battles, Actual Badges.” Stephen Crane Studies 18.1 (2009): 32-33. Print.

Monteiro, George, and Thomas Inge, eds.. Stephen Crane: The Contemporary Reviews. American Critical Archives;. Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009.

Pike, Helen-Chantal. “Stephen Crane: On the Boardwalk in New Jersey.” Stephen Crane Studies 18.1 (2009): 25-31. Print.

Sanner, Kristin N. “Searching for Identity in the Red Badge of Courage: Henry Fleming’s Battle with Gender.” Stephen Crane Studies 18.1 (2009): 2-16. Print.

Smith, Timothy d’Arch. “An Agnostic Old Gentleman.” Stephen Crane Studies 18.1 (2009): 17-24. Print.

Sorrentino, Paul. “A Fascinating Fact About a Member of the Stephen Crane Society.” Stephen Crane Studies 18.2 (2009): 33. Print.

Vanouse, Donald. “Stephen Crane’s Depictions of Irish Americans.” Stephen Crane Studies 18.2 (2009): 2-9. Print.

Voeller, Carey R. Masculine Interludes: Monstrosity and Compassionate Manhood in American Literature, 1845-1899. 2009. Print.

Warren, Craig. Scars to Prove It: The Civil War Soldier and American Fiction. Kent, OH: Kent State U P, 2009. Chapter 1 is on The Red Badge of Courage.

Wood, Adam H. “‘Crimson Blotches on the Pages of the Past': Histories of Violence in Stephen Crane’s the Red Badge of Courage.” War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities 21 (2009): 38-57. Print.

2008

Abu Baker, Ahmad M. S., and Amer Hassan al Rashid. “Natural Providence? In Stephen Crane’s ‘the Open Boat': Naturalism, Romanticism, Ecology.” Interactions: Ege University Journal of British and American Studies/Ege Universitesi Ingiliz ve Amerikan Icelemeleri Dergisi 17.1 (2008): 1-14.

Cavitch, Max. “Stephen Crane’s Refrain.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 54.1-4 [210-213] (2008): 33-54. Print.

Claviez, Thomas. “‘Declining’ the (American) Sublime: Stephen Crane’s ‘the Open Boat’.” Amerikastudien/American Studies 53.2 (2008): 137-51. Print.

Clayton, Tom. “The President’s Column: In a Jocular Vein.” Stephen Crane Studies 17.1 (2008): 16-20.

Clendinning, John. Rev. of A Community of Inquiry: Conversations Between Classical American Philosophy and American Literature by Patrick K. Dooley. Stephen Crane Studies 17.2 (2008): 20-22.

Dingledine, Don. “‘It Could Have Been Any Street': Ann Petry, Stephen Crane and the Fate of Naturalism.” Reading America: New Perspectives on the American Novel. Eds. Boyle, Elizabeth and Anne-Marie Evans. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2008. x, 256 pp. Print.

Dooley, Patrick K. A Community of Inquiry: Conversations between Classical American Philosophy and American Literature. Kent, OH: Kent State UP, 2008.

Halliburton, David. The Color of the Sky : A Study of Stephen Crane. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.(paperback)

Houston, George W. and Jean V. Houston. “An Unpublished Note and Inscription of Stephen Crane.” Stephen Crane Studies 17.2 (2008): 13-15.

Johanningsmeier, Charles. “The 1894 Syndicated Newspaper Appearances of the Red Badge of Courage.” American Literary Realism 40.3 (2008): 226-47. Print.

Kroes, Rob. “Faces of War: Mathew [Matthew] Brady, Stephen Crane, and the Civil War.” Collection Litteratures (Clermont-Ferrand) (Collection Litteratures (Clermont-Ferrand)). Eds. Garrait-Bourrier, Anne and Ineke Bockting. Clermont-Ferrand, France: PU Blaise Pascal, 2008. 289 pp. Print.

Kuga, Shunji. “The Sound and the Fury in Stephen Crane’s Maggie and George’s Mother.” Stephen Crane Studies 17.2 (2008): 2-12.

Margolies, Edward. New York and the Literary Imagination: The City in Twentieth Century Fiction and Drama. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company, 2008.

Monteiro, George. “Crane’s ‘Red Wafer’ Again.” Stephen Crane Studies 17.1 (2008): 13-15.

Monteiro, George. “‘Our Own Steve Crane’ in Chicago.” Stephen Crane Studies 17.2 (2008): 16-19.

Nothstein, Todd W. “Performance and Perspective on a Space-Lost Bulb: The Value of Impressionism in Stephen Crane’s ‘the Blue Hotel’.” EAPSU Online: A Journal of Critical and Creative Work 5 (2008): 193-211. Print.

Vanouse, Donald. Rev. of Stephen Crane Remembered, ed. Paul Sorrentino. Stephen Crane Studies 17.1 (2008): 21-22.

Wertheim, Stanley. “The New York City Topography of Maggie and George’s Mother. Stephen Crane Studies 17.1 (2008): 2-12.

Johanningsmeier, Charles. “The 1894 Syndicated Newspaper Appearances of the Red Badge of Courage.” American Literary Realism 40.3 (2008): 226-47.

Prendergast, Catherine. “And Now, a Necessarily Pathetic Response: A Response to Susan Schweik.” American Literary History 20.1-2 (2008): 238-44.

Rowan, Jamin. “Stephen Crane and Methodism’s Realism: Translating Spiritual Sympathy into Urban Experience.” Studies in American Fiction 36.2 (2008): 133-54. Print.

Schweik, Susan. “Disability Politics and American Literary History: Some Suggestions.” American Literary History 20.1-2 (2008): 217-37.

Smith, Jeffrey Ross. Hazardous Reconstitutions: Imitation and the Production of the Self in Late Nineteenth-Century American Fiction. 2008. Print.

Stasi, Paul. “Joycean Constellations: ‘Eveline’ and the Critique of Naturalist Totality.” James Joyce Quarterly 46.1 (2008): 39-53. Print.

Wright, Jonathan. “The ‘Business’ of Teaching ‘the Open Boat’.” A Class of Its Own: Re-Envisioning American Labor Fiction. Eds. Laura Hapke and Lisa A. Kirby. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2008. xiv, 321 pp.

Xiong, Wei, and Tiejun Hou. “Qing Jiao Yu Biao Fa Yu Meiguo Wen Xue Zhong De Jiu Shu Zhu Ti-Yi Bai Jing, ‘Hai Shang Pian Zhou’ He Lao Ren Yu Hai Wei Li.” Foreign Literature Studies/Wai Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu 30.3 [131] (2008): 64-69. Print.

2007

Blythe, Hal, and Charlie Sweet. “Understanding the Method of Narration in ‘the Open Boat’.” Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 8.1 (2007): 6-14.

Campbell, Donna M. “More than a Family Resemblance? Agnes Crane’s ‘A Victorious Defeat’ and Stephen Crane’s The Third Violet.” Stephen Crane Studies 16.1 (Spring 2007): 14-23.

Dowling, Robert M. Rev. of Student Companion to Stephen Crane by Paul M. Sorrentino. Stephen Crane Studies 16.1 (Spring 2007): 26-28.

Dowling, Robert M. Slumming in New York: From the Waterfront to Mythic Harlem. Urbana, IL: U of Illinois P, 2007. Print.

Farmer, Meredith. “‘This Registers the Amount of Your Purchase': The Price of Expectation, the Force of Context.” Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 8.1 (2007): 69-80.

Gandal, Keith. Class Representation in Modern Fiction and Film. New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

Graham, Kevin. “Outcasts and Social Exclusion in Stephen Crane’s Maggie: A Girl of the Streets.” Interactions: Aegean Journal of English and American Studies/Ege Ingiliz ve Amerikan Incelemeleri Dergisi 16.1 (2007): 63-74.

Kramer, David Scott. The Rhetorical War: Class, Race and Redemption in Spanish-American War Fiction: Stephen Crane, Frank Norris, Richard Harding Davis and Sutton Griggs. 2007.

Lundy, Tiel L. Yes and No: Negotiating Nationhood in the Works of Cahan, Chesnutt, and Crane. 2007.

Lutes, Jean Marie. “Lynching Coverage and the American Reporter-Novelist.” American Literary History 19.2 (2007): 456-81.

Mayer, Charles W. “‘the Pace of Youth': Prelude to ‘the Bride Comes to Yellow Sky’.” Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 8.1 (2007): 15-26.

Morris, Roy, Jr. “On Whose Responsibility? The Historical and Literary Underpinnings of the Red Badge of Courage.” Memory and Myth: The Civil War in Fiction and Film from Uncle Tom’s Cabin to Cold Mountain. Eds. David B. Sachsman, S. Kittrell Rushing and Roy Morris, Jr. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue UP, 2007. xiii, 307 pp.

Pizer, Donald. “What Unit Did Henry Belong to at Chancellorsville, and Does It Matter?” Stephen Crane Studies 16.1 (Spring 2007): 2-13.

Saunders, Judith P. “Stephen Crane: American Poetry at a Crossroads.” Options for Teaching (Oft). Eds. Paula Bernat Bennett, Karen L. Kilcup and Philipp Schweighauser. New York, NY: Modern Language Association of America, 2007. ix, 402 pp.

Shen, Dan. “‘Zheng Ti Xi Du’ Yu Shen Ceng Yi Yi-Kelaien ‘Yi Ge Zhan Zheng Pian Duan’ De Chong Xin Chan Shi.” Foreign Literature Studies/Wai Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu 29.2 [124] (2007): 31-42. Print.

Smith, Jeffrey Ross. Hazardous Reconstitutions: Imitation and the Production of the Self in Late Nineteenth-Century American Fiction. 2008.

Solomon, Eric. “A Note on the Ford Madox Ford-Stephen Crane Connection.” Stephen Crane Studies 16.1 (Spring 2007): 14-25.

Sorrentino, Paul. “Stephen Crane’s Sources and Allusions in ‘the Bride Comes to Yellow Sky’ and ‘Moonlight on the Snow’.” American Literary Realism 40.1 (2007): 52-65.

Stacy, Gerald. “Patterns of Style in Stephen Crane’s Short Stories.” Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 8.1 (2007): 62-68.

Stinson, John J. “Getting Engaged with ‘the Bride': Student Writing and Crane’s Story.” Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 8.1 (2007): 34-47.

Tietz, Stephen B. “Teachable Fiction Comes to Yellow Sky.” Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 8.1 (2007): 27-33.

Traber, Daniel S. Whiteness, Otherness and the Individualism Paradox from Huck to Punk. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. Print.

Wilson-Jordan, Jacqueline. “Teaching a Dangerous Story: Darwinism and Race in Stephen Crane’s ‘the Monster’.” Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 8.1 (2007): 48-61.

2006

Campbell, Donna. “Reflections on Stephen Crane.” Stephen Crane Studies 15.1 (2006): 13-16.

Church, Joseph. “Uncanny Moments in the Work of Stephen Crane.” Stephen Crane Studies 15.1 (2006): 20-27. Print.

Colvert, James B. “Stephen Crane: Notions of an Aged.” Stephen Crane Studies 15.1 (2006): 6-8. Print.

Crivelli, Renzo S. “Rolando Anzilotti E La Nascita Degli Studi Americani in Italia.” Quaderni Di Palazzo Serra (Qdps). Eds. Bacigalupo, Massimo and Gregory Dowling. Genoa, Italy: AISNA – Associazione Italiana di Studi, 2006. 520 pp. Print.

De Benedictis, Michel. “The Open Boat: Fiction Vs. Reportage in the Work of Stephen Crane & Mark Twain.” Florida Studies Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Meeting of the Florida College English Association. Eds. Glassman, Steve, Karen Tolchin and Steve Brahlek. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2006. xv, 273 pp. Print.

Dingledine, Don. “‘It Could Have Been Any Street': Ann Petry, Stephen Crane, and the Fate of Naturalism.” Studies in American Fiction 34.1 (2006): 87-.

Dooley, Patrick K. “Stephen Crane’s Distilled Style (and the Art of Fine Swearing).” Stephen Crane Studies 15.1 (2006): 28-31.

Dowling, Robert M. “The Case for George’s Mother.” Stephen Crane Studies 15.2 (2006): 18-37. Print.

Goldsby, Jacqueline. A Spectacular Secret: Lynching in American Life and Literature. Chicago, IL: U of Chicago P, 2006. Print.

Hiro, Molly. “How It Feels to Be without a Face: Race and the Reorientation of Sympathy in the 1890’s.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 39.2 (2006): 179-203. Print.

Hunter, Adrian. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. Peterborough, ON : Broadview, 2006.

Kuga, Shunji. “Momentous Sounds and Silences in Stephen Crane.” Stephen Crane Studies 15.1 (2006): 17-19. Print.

Lentz, Perry. Private Fleming at Chancellorsville: The Red Badge of Courage and the Civil War. Shades of Blue and Gray Series (Shades of Blue and Gray Series). Columbia, MO: U of Missouri P, 2006. Print.

Link, Eric Carl. “Bitter Questions: Six Crane Moments.” Stephen Crane Studies 15.1 (2006): 3-5. Print.

Murphy, Jillmarie. Monstrous Kinships: Obsession and Child Psychotraumatology in the Novels of Mary Shelley, Herman Melville, Thomas Hardy, Stephen Crane, and Vladimir Nabokov. 2006. Print.

Naito, Jonathan Tadashi. “Cruel and Unusual Light: Electricity and Effacement in Stephen Crane’s the Monster.” Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 62.1 (2006): 35-63. Print.

Nagel, James. “Donald Pizer, American Naturalism, and Stephen Crane.” Studies in American Naturalism 1.1-2 (2006): 30-35.

—. “Limitations of Perspective in the Fiction of Stephen Crane.” Stephen Crane Studies 15.1 (2006): 9-12.

Naito, Jonathan Tadashi. “Cruel and Unusual Light: Electricity and Effacement in Stephen Crane’s the Monster.” Arizona Quarterly 62.1 (2006): 35-63.

Paschke-Johannes, J. Edwin. “Existential Moments in Stephen Crane’s Poems.” Stephen Crane Studies 15.1 (2006): 32-36. Print.

Ralph, Iris. An Ecocritical Study of William Carlos Williams, James Agee, and Stephen Crane by Way of the Visual Arts. 2006. Print.

Salheiser, Britta. Conflicting Stories of War: Zur Polyphonie Narrativer Reprasentationsformen in Stephen Cranes the Red Badge of Courage. Jenaer Studien Zur Anglistik Und Amerikanistik (Jenaer Studien Zur Anglistik Und Amerikanistik). Trier, Germany: Wissenschaftlicher, 2006. Print.

Schaefer, Michael. “‘Heroes Had No Shame in Their Lives': Manhood, Heroics, and Compassion in the Red Badge of Courage and ‘a Mystery of Heroism’.” War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities 18.1-2 (2006): 104-13. Print.

—. “Sequential Art Fights the Civil War: The Classics Illustrated Version of the Red Badge of Courage.” Stephen Crane Studies 15.2 (2006): 2-17. Print.

Sorrentino, Paul. Stephen Crane Remembered. Tuscaloosa, AL: U of Alabama P, 2006.

Trodd, Zoe. “The Body in the Garden: Death, Inevitability and the Trace in Literary and Photographic Representations of the American Civil War.” Interfaces: Image Texte Language 26 (2006): 135-48. Print.

Weinstein, Cindy. “Crane and the Body Count.” What Democracy Looks Like: A New Critical Realism for a Post-Seattle World. Eds. Lang, Amy Schrager and Cecelia Tichi. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2006. xi, 298 pp. Print.

2005

Cain, William E. “Sensations of Style: The Literary Realism of Stephen Crane.” A Companion to American Fiction, 1865-1914. (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture). Eds. Lamb, Robert Paul and G. R. Thompson. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005. xvi, 621 pp. Print.

Clendenning, John. “The Thematic Unity of the Little Regiment.” Stephen Crane Studies 14.2 (2005): 2-9. Print.

Dooley, Patrick K. “Stephen Crane: An Annotated Bibliography of Secondary Scholarship: Book Chapters and Articles through 2004.” Stephen Crane Studies 14.2 (2005): 10-23. Print.

Edwards, Bradley C. “Stephen Crane’s ‘the Five White Mice’ and Public Entertainments in Mexico City in 1895.” Stephen Crane Studies 14.1 (2005): 16-27. Print.

Evertson, Matthew. “Strenuous Stories: The Wilderness Tales of Stephen Crane and Theodore Roosevelt.” Stephen Crane Studies 14.1 (2005): 2-15. Print.

Fagg, John. “Stephen Crane and the Literary Sketch: Genre and History in ‘Sailing Days Scenes’ and ‘Coney Island’s Failing Days’.” American Literary Realism 38.1 (2005): 1-17. Print.

Koppen, Manuel. “Von Tolstoi Bis Griffith: Krieg Im Wandel Der Mediendispositive.” Amsterdamer Beitrage Zur Neueren Germanistik (Abng). Ed. Preusser, Heinz-Peter. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2005. 457 pp. Print.

Lawson, Andrew. “The Red Badge of Class: Stephen Crane and the Industrial Army.” Literature and History 14.2 (2005): 53-68. Print.

Shaefer, Michael W. “‘I…Do Not Say That I Am Honest': Stephen Crane’s Failure of Artistic Nerve in the ‘Open Boat’.” Philological Review 31.1 (2005): 1-16. Print.

Yi, Seung-Bok. “The Meaning of Courage in Relation to Gender Identification in the War Texts of Stephen Crane, Ernest Hemingway and Tim O’brien.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 65.12 (2005): 4569.

Zhang, Fangfang. “Hong Se Ying Yong Xun Zhang Zhong Ying Xiong Dian Xing Folaiming De Xin Li Jie Du.” Foreign Literature Studies/Wai Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu 5.115 (2005): 128-32, 75. Print.

2004

Alonzo, Juan. “From Derision to Desire: The ‘Greaser’ in Stephen Crane’s Mexican Stories and D. W. Griffith’s Early Westerns.” Western American Literature 38.4 (2004): 374-401. Print.

Fagg, John. “Arcane Subjects/Urbane Tones: Stephen Crane’s Sullivan County Sketches.” Stephen Crane Studies 13.2 (2004): 10-20. Print.

Goetsch, Paul. “Shipwreck with Spectator: Norris, London, Crane.” The Sea and the American Imagination. Eds. Klaus Benesch, Jon- K. Adams and Kerstin Schmidt. Transatlantic Perspectives: A Series of Interdisciplinary North American Studies Number: 16: Stauffenburg, Tübingen, Germany, 2004.149-62.

Hayes, Kevin J. Stephen Crane. Tavistock, Northumberland: Northcote House in association with the British Council, 2004. Pp. xii & 98.

Huang, Jiaxiu. “Stephen Crane’s Poetry of the Absurd.” Re-Reading America: Changes and Challenges. Eds. Zhong, Weihe and Rui Han. Cheltenham, England: Reardon, 2004. v, 471 pp. Print.

Kuga, Shunji. “Feminine Domesticity and the Feral City: Stephen Crane’s George’s Mother, Maggie, and ‘A Detail.'” Stephen Crane Studies 13.2 (2004): 21-31.

Lawson, Andrew. “Class Mimicry in Stephen Crane’s City.” American Literary History 16 (2004): 596-

Monteiro, George. “Crane’s Letters to Nellie Crouse: An Unpublished Essay.” Stephen Crane Studies 13.1 (2004): 2-13. Print.

—. “Helen Trent.” Stephen Crane Studies 13.2 (2004): 32-33. Print.

Nelson, Ronald J. “The Writing Styles of Two Correspondents: Stephen Crane and Ernie Pyle.” West Virginia University Philological Papers 51 (2004): 36-42. Print.

Schaefer, Michael. “Stephen Crane in the Time of Shock and Awe: Teaching the Red Badge of Courage During the Iraq War.” Stephen Crane Studies 13.2 (2004): 2-9. Print.

Sloan, Gary. “Stephen Crane: The Black Badge of Unbelief.” American Atheist 42.3 (2004): 28-30, 52. Print.

Thalacker, Lisa. “Jack Potter: Fictional Sheriff and Legendary Cowboy.” American Literary Realism 36.2 (2004): 180-83. Print.

Vanouse, Donald. “The ‘Rejoinder’ to Stephen Crane from a Royal Irish Constable.” Stephen Crane Studies 13.1 (2004): 14-18. Print.

2003

DeBona, Guerric. “Masculinity on the Front: John Huston’s The Red Badge of Courage (1951) Revisited.” Cinema Journal 42.2 (2003): 57-80.

Dow, William. “Performative Passages: Davis’s Life in the Iron Mills, Crane’s Maggie, and Norris’s McTeague.” Twisted from the Ordinary: Essays on American Literary Naturalism. Ed. Mary E. Papke. Knoxville:U of Tennessee P, 2003. 23-44

Dowling, Robert M. “Stephen Crane and the Transformation of the Bowery.” Twisted from the Ordinary: Essays on American Literary Naturalism. Ed. Mary E. Papke. Tennessee Studies in Literature (Tstl) Number: 40 Knoxville:U of Tennessee P, 2003. 45-62.

Evertson, Matthew Quinn. “Strenuous Lives: Stephen Crane, Theodore Roosevelt and the American 1890s.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 64.3 (2003): 903-04.

Fagg, John. “Unfulfilled Potential: Reading Ekphrasis in Stephen Crane’s The Third Violet,” Letterature d’America, 23.96 (2003) 5-27.

Furtado, David, trans. .«O Monstro e Outros Contos» (The Monster and Other Stories by Stephen Crane). From the translator: “The Monster and Other Stories was published last June in Portugal. It got excellent reviews in all the major newspapers and magazines, and most critics found it strange that it was the first Portuguese translation of his work in more than 100 years (!) The Portuguese title is «O Monstro e Outros Contos» and here’s the link to the publishing house:
www.antigona.pt

Lamarca Margalef, Jordi. “Stephen Crane.” Salina: Revista de Lletres 17 (2003): 151-54.
Richardson, Mark. “Stephen Crane’s the Red Badge of Courage.” American Writers Classics, I. Ed. Jay Parini: Thomson Gale, New York, NY Pagination: 237-55, 2003.

Oehlschlaeger, Fritz. Love and Good Reasons: Postliberal Approaches to Christian Ethics and Literature. Durham, NC : Duke UP, 2003.

Saunders, Judith P. “Wharton’s Borrowing from Crane’s Maggie in the Age of Innocence.” Edith Wharton Review 19.1 (2003): 1.

Sorrentino, Paul. “The Legacy of Thomas Beer in the Study of Stephen Crane and American Literary History.” American Literary Realism 35.3 (2003): 187-.

Tritt, Michael. “The Tower of Babel and the Skyscrapers in Stephen Crane’s ‘An Experiment in Misery’.” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 16.2 (2003): 46-51.

Yamamoto, Kazuo. “Machi No Onna Magi Ni Okeru Aironi No Kozo.” Kumamoto Daigaku Eigo Eibungaku/Kumamoto Studies in English Language and Literature 46 (2003): 47-62.

2002

Carlet, Yves. Stephen Crane, Les Couleurs De L’angoisse. Voix Américaines, Paris: Belin, 2002.

Crisman, William. “‘Distributing the News': War Journalism as Metaphor for Language in Stephen Crane’s Fiction.” Studies in American Fiction 30.2 (2002): 207-27.

D’Alessandro, Frank. “The Preservation of Asbury Park’s ‘Arbutus Cottage’.” Stephen Crane Studies 11.1 (2002): 2-6.

Thomiáeres, Daniel. “Y a-T-Il Un Homme Dans the Red Badge of Courage De Stephen Crane?” Imaginaires: Revue du Centre de Recherche sur l’Imaginaire dans les Littâeratures de Langue Anglaise 8 (2002): 185-95.

Gullason, Thomas A., ed. Stephen Crane’s Literary Family: A Garland of Writings. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 2002.

Masuzaki, Ko. “Suramu O Kakoikomi Mugaikasuru: 19 Seiki Matsu Korera Kyofu to Stephen Crane No Suramu Hyosho.” Chu-Shikoku Amerika Bungaku Kenkyu/Chu-Shikoku Studies in American Literature 38 (2002): 13-23. [On cholera, Maggie,and George’s Mother]

Wert, Justin R. “At-Risk Student Reponses to Crane’s Maggie.” Stephen Crane Studies 11.1 (2002): 7-12.

2001

Davis, Scott Christopher. “Telling Tales: Ideology and the American Observer, 1890-1896.” U of California Santa Barbara, 2001.

Fagg, John. “Parody, Sincerity and the Martial Ideal in the Literary Impressionism of Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage,” U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal (Autumn 2001)

Hayes, Kevin J. Review of The Red Badge of Courage, Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, and Other Selected Writings, ed. Phyllis Frus and Stanley Corkin. Stephen Crane Studies 10.1 (Spring 2001): 21-23.

Holmes, David I., Michael Robertson, and Roxanna Paez. “Stephen Crane and the New-York Tribune: A Case Study in Traditional and Non-Traditional Authorship Attribution.” Computers and the Humanities 35.3 (2001): 315-31.

Kovacs, David. “Acting Out: Comparative Analyses of Romantic Realism in Stephen Crane and Knut Hamsun.” Nordlit: Arbeidstidsskrift i litteratur 9 (2001): 63-78.

Lolordo, Nick. “Possessed by the Gothic: Stephen Crane’s ‘The Monster’.” Arizona Quarterly 57.2 (2001): 33-56.

Mariani, Giorgio. Review of Stephen Crane in War and Peace, A Special Edition of War Literature and the Arts, an International Journal of the Humanities, ed. James H. Meredith, preface by Thomas G. Bowie, Jr. Stephen Crane Studies 10.1 (Spring 2001): 18-20.

Monteiro, George. “The Publication of ‘Diamonds and Diamonds.'”Stephen Crane Studies 10.1 (Spring 2001): 8-10.

Nelson, Ronald. “Crane Studies in Charleston.” Stephen Crane Studies 10.1 (Spring 2001): 24-27.

Pizer, Donald. “Henry behind the Lines and the Concept of Manhood in The Red Badge of Courage.” Stephen Crane Studies 10.1 (Spring 2001): 2-7.

Schaber, Bennet. Review of The Material Unconscious: American Amusement, Stephen Crane, and the Economics of Play by Bill Brown. Stephen Crane Studies 10.1 (Spring 2001): 11-14.

Sorrentino, Paul. Review of A Stephen Crane Encyclopedia by Stanley Wertheim.Stephen Crane Studies 10.1 (Spring 2001): 15-17.

2000

Clendenning, John. “Prat Falls: A Revisionist Reading of ‘The Clan of No-Name’.” Stephen Crane Studies 9.1 (2000): 2-8.

Dooley, Patrick K. “Stephen Crane: An Annotated Bibliography of Secondary: Book Chapters and Articles through 1997.” Western American Literature 35.2 (2000): 13-28.

Garrett-Petts, W. F. Writing about Literature: A Guide for the Student Critic. Peterborough,ON: Broadview, 2000.

Hayes, Kevin J. “How G. I. Joe Read Stephen Crane.” Stephen Crane Studies 9.1 (2000): 9-14.

Hutchinson, Cory. “The View from a Balcony: Narrative Distance and Its Effects on Perceptions of Knowledge and Meaning in ‘The Open Boat’.” Publications of the Arkansas Philological Association 26.1 (2000): 25-35.

Lynch, Sonja Froiland. “Perceptions of Life: American Literary Impressionism in the Works of Stephen Crane, Kate Chopin,Henry James,and Ernest Hemingway.” Diss., Indiana U, 2000.

Monteiro, George. Stephen Crane’s Blue Badge of Courage. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2000.

Morgan, William M. “Between Conquest and Care: Masculinity and Community in Stephen Crane’s The Monster.” Arizona Quarterly 56.3 (2000): 63-92.

Shaw, Mary Neff. “Crane’s ‘The Serjeant’s Private Mad-House’.” Explicator 58.4 (2000): 204-06.

Tucker, Edward L. “A New Letter to E. Leslie Gilliams.” Stephen Crane Studies 9.1 (2000): 15-16.

Waldron, Karen E. “No Separations in the City: The Public-Private Novel and Private-Public Authorship.” Separate Spheres No More: Gender Convergence in American Literature, 1830-1930. Ed. Monika M. Elbert. Tuscaloosa,AL: U of Alabama P, 2000. 92-113.

1996-1999

“A Spiritual Autopsy of Stephen Crane.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 51.4 (1997): 500-30.
Allred, Randal W. “‘The Gilded Images of Memory': The Red Badge of Courage and ‘The Veteran’.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 100-15.

Bassan, Maurice. “The ‘True West’ of Sam Shepard and Stephen Crane.” American Literary Realism 28.2 (1996): 11-17.

Bender, Bert. “”The Open Boat” Is a Traditional Sea Story.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 141-49.

Benfey, Christopher. “Badges of Courage and Cowardice: A Source for Crane’s Title.” Stephen Crane Studies 6.2 (1997): 2-5.

Benfey, Christopher. “Two Cranes, Two Henrys.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 1-10.

Bergon, Frank. “‘The Open Boat’ Is a Story of Revelation.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998.150-59.

Berryman, John. “The Red Badge of Courage Is America’s First Modern Novel.” Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998.93-98.

Bochner, Jay. “The Coming Storm of Modernism.”. Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature (STML). Series No: 46, 1999. 7-30.

Bonner, Thomas, Jr. “Experience and Imagination: Confluence in the War Fiction of Stephen Crane and Ambrose Bierce.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 48-56.

Boxwell, D. A. “‘Whipping the Turks': Stephen Crane’s Orientalism.” American Literary Realism 31.1 (1998): 1-11.
Brennessel, William W., and Patricia A. Plumley. “An Annotated Bibliography of Ph.D Dissertations on Stephen Crane: 1976-1996, I.” Stephen Crane Studies 6.2 (1997): 19-26.

Brennessel, William W., and Patricia A. Plumley. “An Annotated Bibliography of Ph.D. Dissertations, II, III, II.” Stephen Crane Studies7.7 (1998): 13-20.

Brown, Bill. The Material Unconcious: American Amusement, Stephen Crane, and the Economies of Play. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1996.

Budianta, Melani. “A Stained Glass Window: Stephen Crane’s Cultural Translations.” American Studies International 37.1 (1999): 71-83.

Cather, Willa. “Stephen Crane Is a Superior Descriptive Writer.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 52-55.

Clendenning, John. “Crane and Hemingway: A Possible Biographical Connection.” Stephen Crane Studies 5.2 (1996): 2-6.

Clendenning, John. “Visions of War and Versions of Manhood.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 23-34.

Colvert, James B. “Fred Holland Day, Louise Imogen Guiney, and the Text of Stephen Crane’s The Black Riders.” American Literary Realism 28.2 (1996): 18-24.

Colvert, James B. “Unreal War in The Red Badge of Courage.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 35-47.

Conrad, Joseph. “The Red Badge of Courage. Crane’s Realism Makes the Novel Great.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 99-103.

Davis, Linda H. “The Red Room: Stephen Crane and Me.” The Literary Biography: Problems and Solutions. Ed. Dale Salwak. Iowa City: U of Iowa P, 1996. 66-79.

Dooley, Patrick K. “‘A Wound Gives Strange Dignity to Him Who Bears It': Stephen Crane’s Metaphysics of Experience.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities(1999): 116-27.

Dooley, Patrick K. “Stephen Crane: An Annotated Bibliography of Secondary: Book Chapters and Articles through 1997.” Western American Literature 35.2 (2000): 13-28 or Stephen Crane Studies 8.2 (Fall 1999): 13-28.

Ellison, Ralph. “Crane’s Fiction Depicts the Civil War in Everyday Life.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 44-51.

Fisher, Benjamin F. “The Red Badge of Courage under British Spotlights.”  “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 72-81.

Fitelson, David. “Maggie: A Girl of the Streets Portrays a ‘Survival of the Fittest’ World.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998.168-79.

Fox, Austen McC. “Crane Is Preoccupied with the Theme of Isolation.”.Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 56-62.

Fudge, Keith. “Sisterhood Born from Seduction: Susanna Rowson’s Charlotte Temple, and Stephen Crane’s Maggie Johnson.” Journal of American Culture 19.1 (1996): 43-50.

Fudge, Dennis Keith. “Questioning Truth: War and the Art of Writing in Ambrose Bierce, Stephen Crane, Michael Herr, and Tim O’Brien.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 57.7 (1997): 3019.

Gandal, Keith. The Virtues of the Vicious: Jacob Riis, Stephen Crane, and the Spectacle of the Slum. Oxford, England: Oxford UP, 1997.

Gandal, Keith. “Stephen Crane’s ‘Mystic Places’.” Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 55.1 (1999): 97-126.

Gerstenberger, Donna. “Crane’s Lapses of Style in “The Open Boat’ Are Purposeful.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998.160-66.

Green, Carol Hurd. “Crane’s View of Women.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 79-91.

Gullason, Thomas A. “Stephen Crane and the New York Tribune: A Case Reopened.” Resources for American Literary Study 22.2 (1996): 182-86.

Gullason, Thomas A. “Modern Pictures of War in Stephen Crane’s Short Stories.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 183-96.

Hagemand, E. R. “‘The Open Beat’ Is a Study of Man against Nature.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998.128-40.

Hall, Kathy. “Community Activists Join with Artists to Save Stephen Crane Family Home.” Stephen Crane Studies 6.1 (1997): 21-23.

Haven, Stephen Harcourt. “Post-Christian Poetics: Five American Poets.” Dissertation Abstracts International 56.10 (1996): 3958A.

Hayes, Kevin J. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (A Story of New York). Boston, MA: Bedford, 1999.

Heilman, Patricia I. “Stephen Crane’s Images of War In Fiction and Nonfiction.”  “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 236-49.

Hilt, Kathryn. “Changes at Crane Birth Site.” Stephen Crane Studies6.2 (1997): 15-16.

Hilt, Kathryn, and Stanley Wertheim.  “Stephen Crane and Amy Leslie: A Rereading of the Evidence.” American Literary Realism 32.3 (Spring 2000): 256+.

Horwitz, Howard. “Maggie and the Sociological Paradigm.” American Literary History 10.4 (1998): 606-38.

Kaplan, Amy. “The Red Badge of Courage Redefined the War Novel.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998.117-27.

Karlen, Arno. “Stylistic Weakness in Maggie.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998.180-84.

Kazin, Alfred. “Crane’s Writing Is Disappointing.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 34-38.

Kersten, Holger. “‘The Pace of Youth’ and the Phantoms of Hope.”  “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 172-82.

Marshall, Elaine. “Crane’s ‘The Monster’ Seen in the Light of Robert Lewis’s Lynching.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 51.2 (1996): 205-24.

McElrath, Joseph R., Jr. “The Stephen Crane Canon: A Variant Text and a New Work.” Stephen Crane Studies 8.1 (1999): 2-7.

Meredith, James H., Thomas G. Bowie, Jr., and Patrick K. Dooley. “Stephen Crane in War and Peace.”  “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999).

Mitchell, Verner D. “Reading ‘Race’ and ‘Gender’ in Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage.” College Language Association Journal 40.1 (1996): 60-71.

Monteiro, George. “Stephen Crane: Dramatic, Musical, and Fictional Adaptations.” Stephen Crane Studies5.1 (1996): 5-24.

Monteiro, George. “The Drunkard’s Progress: Bowery Plot, Social Paradigm in Stephen Crane’s George’s Mother.” Dionysos: The Literature and Addiction TriQuarterly 9.1 (1999): 5-16.

Monteiro, George. “John Hersey’s Guadalcanal Report: Drawing on Crane’s War.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 197-208.

Myers, Robert M. “A Review of Popular Editions of The Red Badge of Courage.” Stephen Crane Studies 6.1 (1997): 2-15.

Myers, Robert M. “‘The Subtle Battle Brotherhood': The Construction of Military Discipline in The Red Badge of Courage.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities(1999): 128-40.

Nagel, James. “Crane Is a Literary Impressionist.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 63-72.

Newmiller, William E. “The Color of War: A Computer Analysis of Color in The Red Badge of Courage.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999):141-46.

Nye, Russel B. “Crane’s Work Criticizes Society.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 73-78.

Oehlschlaeger, Fritz. “Stephen Crane, Ripley Hitchcock, and Maggie: A Reconsideration.” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 97.1 (1998): 34-50.

Orr, John C. “A Red Badge Signifying Nothing: Henry Fleming’s Corporate Self.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 57-71.

Pastore, Stephen R. “The Aesthetics of Stephen Crane’s The Black Riders and Other Lines: A Bibliographical Study.” Stephen Crane Studies 6.2 (1997): 6-14.

Pizer, Donald. “From a Home to the World: Stephen Crane’s George’s Mother.” Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 32.3 (1996): 277-90.

Pizer, Donald. “Bad Critical Writing.” Philosophy and Literature 22.1 (1998): 69-82.

Renza, Louis A. “Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage.” Explicator 56.2 (1998): 82-84.

Rich, Charlotte. “Nora Black and the New Woman in Active Service.”  “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 223-35.

Robertson, Michael. “The Cultural Work of Active Service.” American Literary Realism 28.2 (1996): 1-10.

Robertson, Michael. Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of American Literature. New York, NY: Columbia UP, 1997.

Robertson, Michael. “Stephen Crane’s Other War Masterpiece.”  “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue oWar, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 160-71.

Rodriguez, Richard J. “Representations of Childhood in Twain, Crane, and James.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 59.9 (1999): 3458.

Samuel, Sajay, et al. “The Accounting Blues.” Stephen Crane Studies 7.1 (1998): 2-12.

Schaefer, Michael. “Life during Wartime-And after: Some Thoughts on Stephen Crane’s Spitzbergen Tales.” “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 209-22.

Schaefer, Michael W. A Reader’s Guide to the Short Stories of Stephen Crane. A Reference Publication in Literature. New York London: G.K. Hall; Prentice Hall International, 1996.

Shanahan, Daniel. “The Army Motif in The Red Badge of Courage as a Response to Industrial Capitalism.” Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 32.4 (1996): 399-409.

Simpson, Mark. “Travel’s Disciplines.” Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue Canadienne d’Etudes Americaines 26.2 (1996): 83-115.

Solomon, Erie. “Crane Is a Parodist.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 39-43.

Sorrentino, Paul. “Stephen Crane’s Struggle with Romance in The Third Violet.” American Literature 70.2 (1998): 265-91.

Sorrentino, Paul. “Nelson Greene’s Reminiscences of Stephen Crane.” Resources for American Literary Study 24.1 (1998): 49-83.

Stein, William Bysshe. “Crane’s Use of Biblical Parables in Maggie.”. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors., 1998. 185-90.

Szumski, Bonnie. Readings on Stephen Crane. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998.

Tavernier-Courbin, Jacqueline. “Humor and Insight through Fallacy in Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage.”  “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities(1999): 147-59.

Taylor, Thomas W. “Stephen Crane and the Commodore: A Prelude to the Spanish- American War.” Stephen Crane Studies (1996): 25-27.

Traxel, David. “Stephen Crane and Richard Harding Davis: An Unlikely Friendship.”  “Stephen Crane in War and Peace,” a special issue of War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities (1999): 11-22.

Tucker, Edward L. “Booth Tarkington and Crane.” Stephen Crane Studies 7.2 (1998): 2-5.

Vanouse, Donald. “Stephen Crane: An Annotated Bibliography of Articles and Book Chapters through 1996.”  Stephen Crane Studies(1996): 28-32.

Vanouse, Donald. “Stephen Crane’s Reports from Occupied Ireland.” Stephen Crane Studies 5.2 (1996): 7-15.

Vanouse, Donald. “Catastrophe Theory and Character Transformation in The Red Badge of Courage.”  (1999): 82-99.

Warren, Robin O. “The Cuban Insurrection and Northeast Florida in ‘Stephen Crane’s Own Story’ and ‘The Open Boat’.”Stephen Crane Studies8.1 (1999): 8-19.

Wells, H. G. “Stephen Crane Ranks among the Great Writers.”Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 25-33.

Wertheim, Stanley. Stephen Crane: An Exhibition on the Centennial of The Red Badge of Courage at The Grolier Club November 29, 1995 to January 12, 1996 from the Collection of Stanley Wertheim. New York: Grolier Club, 1995.

Wertheim, Stanley. “Stephen Crane in Galveston: A New Letter.” Stephen Crane Studies (1996): 2-4.

Wertheim, Stanley. “Stephen Crane to Clarence Loomis Peaslee: Some New Letters.” Resources for American Literary Study 22.1 (1996): 30-36.

Wertheim, Stanley. “Stephen Crane Balks: Two New Letters.” American Literary Realism 29.2 (1997): 76-80.

Wertheim, Stanley. “Unveiling the Humanist: Stephen Crane and Ethnic Minorities.” American Literary Realism 30.3 (1998): 65-75.

Wertheim, Stanley. “The Black Riders Revisited: An Inquiry into a Bibliographical Study.” Stephen Crane Studies 7.2 (1998): 6-12.

Westbrook, Max. “Recognizing the Two Voices in Crane’s Poetry.”. Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 191-96.

Wilson, Christopher P. “Stephen Crane and the Police.” American Quarterly 48.2 (1996): 273-15.

Wolford, Chester L. “The Red Badge of Courage Mocks the Greek Epic.” Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. and introd. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998. 104-16.

This bibliography represents information gathered from a number of sources; these works are not necessarily reviewed or endorsed by Crane Society members.

Notices

I came across a new translation of Crane’s poems into the German language. The name of the book:

“Stephen Crane Gedichte Band 1″.
It was published 2004 in Erfurt/Magdeburg (Germany) by “Schwarzes Pferd”. Beside the German translations the English versions are included.
59 poems out from “Black Riders” and “War is kind” are translated, some of them for the first time into German. The book has 157 pages.
Translator is Daniel Lester. ISBN: 3-93-1069-18-4

If you like to get a picture of the cover please let me know.

Regards
Wolf-Dieter wolf-dieter.frank at gmx.d

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